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McCrory won’t run for NC governor; will consider Senate bid

Former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory announced Thursday that he won’t try to recapture his old office in 2020, but will continue to consider a U.S. Senate bid in 2022.

Lt. Gov. Forest wants FBI to examine Cooper role in pipeline

Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Forest wants the FBI to get more answers about a natural-gas pipeline permit and special fund that’s already put Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and his administration under the legislature’s microscope.

Forest aims focus on opportunity, dignity if next governor

North Carolina Lt. Gov. Dan Forest says he'll pursue a vision for the state based on economic and educational opportunity, human dignity and societal unity if he's elected governor next year.

Holly Grange announces she’s entering 2020 governor’s race

A North Carolina state legislator has entered the 2020 gubernatorial race, providing a rival in the Republican primary for Lt. Gov. Dan Forest, who's been preparing for years to seek the party's nomination.
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Gov. Cooper calls voter ID amendment unnecessary, unconstitutional

Governor Roy Cooper is holding his ground against the voter identification amendment that is still being battled over.
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Lt. Gov. Forest takes next step in 2020 bid for governor

North Carolina Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Forest has taken another — but not surprising — step toward running for governor in 2020.

North Carolina leaders celebrate 200 years of Supreme Court

North Carolina's top leaders praised the state Supreme Court on its bicentennial for its endurance amid legal and societal changes and as the place where citizens can seek justice under the law.

North Carolina lieutenant governor in voter fraud video

North Carolina's lieutenant governor appears in a video that offers instructions on how to commit voter fraud in the state.

Special session to let NC lawmakers change amendment language

Stymied by a court that ruled their ballot questions misleading, North Carolina Republican lawmakers are preparing for a special session to replace two proposed constitutional amendments that, if approved by voters, would shift key executive powers to the legislature.

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