2 months ago
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CFCC forum gives Wilmington city council candidates one last talk before election day

Nine candidates are seeking the three seats on city council up for election this year.
2 months ago
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Early voting begins Thursday

Early voting will go from Thursday until Saturday November 4th.
2 months ago
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Obama campaigning in Va, NJ, as he returns to political life

Former President Barack Obama is stepping back into the political spotlight for the first time since leaving the White House.
2 months ago
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Realtors association hosts local city and town candidates to talk politics over pork

The CFR also operates a Realtor Political Action Committee (PAC) that has announced support and contributions to candidates in each local race in New Hanover County.
3 months ago
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NC’s highest court sends election lawsuit back to panel

A three-judge panel must rule on a lawsuit filed by Gov. Roy Cooper and explain to North Carolina's highest court why the judges thought they lacked jurisdiction.
Rae Hunter-Havens was named New Hanover County Elections Director on June 29, 2017. (Photo: New Hanover County)
6 months ago
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New Hanover Board of Elections names new elections chief

New Hanover County has a new elections director, and it's a woman who already knows the job.
Election hacking
6 months ago
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Check for Russian hacking efforts find no NC targets

North Carolina officials say there's no evidence Russian hackers targeted state or local elections staffers by posing as a voting software supplier.
6 months ago
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Local counties don’t use election systems suspected of Russian hack

Area counties do not use elections systems made by a company that may have been hacked by Russian operatives.
Election
6 months ago
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Push to move up North Carolina primaries nears last hurdle

The House scheduled debate to permanently change the primaries from a May date to one in March.
Gov. Roy Cooper visits Wilmington on March 14, 2017. (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)
6 months ago
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Judges tackle if cutting governor’s elections role is legal

A hearing starts Thursday to decide Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's lawsuit seeking to have the new law declared unconstitutional.