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Tuesday May 24th

Ian Walniuk

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Valerie Foushee loses progressive endorsement after accepting contentious funds

After taking over $165,000 from the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, an organization that donated to 37 Republicans who voted to overturn the 2020 presidential election, N.C. Sen. Valerie Foushee, D-Chatham, Orange, lost an endorsement from a progressive group in her race for the fourth congressional U.S. House district.  On April 17, the Progressive Caucus of the North Carolina Democratic Party made the decision to retract their endorsement after financial disclosures revealed that Foushee took financial support from AIPAC.

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NC Supreme Court approves new maps to nobody's full satisfaction

The new congressional, House and Senate maps will take effect for the 2022 primary elections on May 17, according to Rachel Raper, Director of the Orange County Board of Elections.  Under the new setup, Orange County will remain in District 4 of the congressional map. It will also remain in the 23rd district in the N.C. Senate and will retain its current boundaries in the N.C. House, including the 50th and 56th districts.

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