In North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District, Republican Congressman Ted Budd is airing an ad that says Democrat Kathy Manning received $30 million in taxpayer money from the city of Greensboro for a hotel and parking deck project.
Democrat Sydney Batch recently released this attack ad against Republican N.C. Rep. John Adcock, claiming his plan for health care “would get rid of coverage altogether for thousands of families.” PolitiFact found it False.
This video about Supreme Court candidate Anita Earls' biography was produced by her campaign and posted to YouTube, where it's now the subject of a campaign finance complaint because a dark money group is airing the video as a TV advertisement.
In North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District, a 30-second television ad from Democratic congressional candidate Kathy Manning targets incumbent Republican Rep. Ted Budd for his vote on a “repeal and replace” bill.
Supporters of a proposed constitutional amendment to give the legislature a role say it would help cut down partisanship on the court and increase diversity on the bench, opponents argue the amendment is another example of legislative overreach.
A North Carolina constitutional amendment in the 2018 election would give crime victims more rights. Will “Marsy’s Law” make sure victims’ rights are enforced, or create a financial burden on the court system?
A constitutional amendment protecting hunting and fishing rights is on the NC ballot for the November 2018 midterm elections. Supporters say there is an attack on hunting; critics worry it could prevent regulations.
One of North Carolina’s six proposed constitutional amendments would change the makeup of the state elections board. It also would change how members are appointed. It’s one of the amendments former governors oppose.
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.
PolitiFact looks into a new ad by Republican Congressman George Holding, who criticizes Democrat Linda Coleman for supporting sanctuary cities. The ad says the Orange County Sheriff’s Department “released” a criminal.
Rep. George Holding, a Republican, said a Congressional Leadership Fund Super PAC ad attacking Democratic challenger Linda Coleman for not paying her taxes on time is “ a good example of broken politics.”
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