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N.C. Supreme Court Race Poll: Hudson Tops Levinson PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 29 July 2014 11:13

RALEIGH, (SGRToday.com) - If the election for a seat on North Carolina's Supreme Court were held today, Democratic incumbent Justice Robin Hudson would be re-elected.

 
New polling data from Public Policy Polling shows the Democrat pulling 21 percent of the vote, with Republican challenger Eric Levison garnering 14 percent.
 
Two-thirds of the electorate remains undecided on the race.
 
Campaign finance analysis of the 2nd quarter by the North Carolina Free Enterprise Foundation shows Hudson with a starting balance of $96,744. Levinson trails with $27,447.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 July 2014 11:13
 
N.C House/Senate Republicans Have Significant Advantage Over Democratic Opponents PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 25 July 2014 12:06

RALEIGH, (SGRToday.com) - Second quarter fundraising reports show legislative Republicans garnering a lot more cash than their Democratic Party opponents.

 
Analysis by the  nonpartisan North Carolina Free Enterprise Foundation shows the following as of June 30. 
 
* House Republican Candidate Committees & Caucus: $4.3 million cash on hand
 
* House Democratic Candidate Committees & Caucus: $2 million cash on hand
 
* Senate Republican Candidate Committees & Caucus: $4.4 million cash on hand
 
* Senate Democratic Candidate Committee & Caucus: $1.6 million cash on hand
 
The entire analysis is available at http://ncfef.org/research-analysis/district-analysis/campaign-finance-reports-analysis/
Last Updated on Friday, 25 July 2014 12:06
 
NC Democrats Run TV Ad Critical Of GOP Legislators PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 13 December 2011 15:14

RALEIGH - The North Carolina Democratic Party says it's started running a television ad criticizing Republican leaders at the General Assembly for passing laws that hurt women on issues from abortion and child care to Medicaid and the public schools.

 

The state party said Tuesday the 60-second commercial is running on cable TV in the Charlotte and Raleigh markets. A party spokesman declined to say how much money is being spent on the ad. An email sent to party supporters asked for more donations to keep the ad running.

 

The ad features Governor Beverly Perdue, state legislators and former Cabinet secretary and longtime party activist Betty McCain, who said "the GOP has declared war on women." The ad includes footage of Republican House leaders Thom Tillis and Paul Stam.

 
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