The polls are closed in North Carolina, and results continue to roll in. As of 8:40 p.m., 733 of 2,704 precincts have reported. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, gubernatorial challenger Roy Cooper and incumbent U.S. Sen. Richard Burr show a lead in the three biggest races of the night, but more than 70 percent of districts still need to post results.
Nathan Babcock, political director of the North Carolina Chamber of CommerceNSJ: Can you explain to readers how politics play a role in the economy?NB: Our philosophy at the Chamber is supporting policies that are pro-business […]
As the temperature heats up this summer, the real estate market is heating up, too. Although we do see some variation statewide, there are general trends in our major metropolitan areas that show indicators of […]
McCrory blasts NCAA for political retaliation, calls for patience as court considers HB2 and overreach suit
RALEIGH Gov. Pat McCrory issued the following statement on the NCAA’s move to pull championship games from N.C. because of House Bill 2.”The issue of redefining gender and basic norms of privacy will be […]