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St. Aug’s gets out the vote

Saint Augustine’s University students, administrators and staff march from campus to the Tarboro Road Community Center precinct to cast their votes in the 2018 general election on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018.
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Saint Augustine’s University students, administrators and staff march from campus to the Tarboro Road Community Center precinct to cast their votes in the 2018 general election on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018.

Here’s a collection of our full coverage of the 2018 elections campaign in North Carolina from journalists at The News & Observer, The Herald-Sun, The Charlotte Observer and McClatchy. Included is a database with key information on the candidates.

What to watch for and what’s at stake

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Political podcast: Election Preview

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Sarah Turinsky, right, holds her son, Barron, 3, in her lap as she votes early Tuesday morning Nov. 6, 2018, at Project Enlightenment in Raleigh. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com

About the amendments

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The 2018 mid-term election will include federal, state and local offices, along with six amendments the legislature wants on the ballot. Here's what you need to know to vote.

About the candidates

Legislative

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Judicial

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Local

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Congressional

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Hear directly from the candidates

Use the database below to get to know the candidates seeking your vote in Wake, Durham and Orange counties' 2018 elections and find more coverage of the races at newsobserver.com/election.

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The 2018 candidates for a seat on the North Carolina Supreme Court are incumbent Barbara Jackson and her challengers Anita Earls and Chris Anglin. Jackson and Anglin are Republicans, and Earls is a Democrat. Watch them talk about the race here.

The debates

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What you need to know to vote

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Find out who’s on your ballot here.

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Voting and turnout

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Voters have a full slate of democratic candidates for Wake County Commissioner with a total of ten candidates vying for five seats. Several locations around Wake County offer early voting ahead of next week’s May 8th primary.

Money in elections

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Get the truth from the NC Fact-Checking Project

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More fact checks here.

Past election results

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