Wiki about state government elections, politicians and issues, including ballot measures, budgets and campaign finance, from a libertarian, free-market perspective.
State-level campaign finance information intended for academics, advocacy groups and journalists rather than the general public.
Provides campaign news, election endorsements, voting guides, candidate questionnaires, and results for Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill, from the independent weekly newspaper.
Source for information on politics and elections in the state. Features details on voter registration, voting guide, polling, research, mission and history of the organization.
Administers the elections process in the state. Provides elections results, voter registration qualifications and statistics, absentee ballot request, campaign reporting materials, forms, and publications.
Provides details on voting, elections and candidates in the state, featuring candidate profiles, FAQs and voter resources. Project of UNC-TV and NC Center for Voter Education.
Profile of campaign funds raised and spent for seats in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
Directory of candidates, elections, political parties and state news sources.
Information about candidates for Congress, the state legislature, the state executive branch headed by the governor, and federal and state judges. Includes profile and available information on campaign finances, voting record, issue positions and interest group ratings for each.
All candidates who will be on the ballot for federal and statewide offices. Includes government and campaign websites.
Listing of candidates in federal and state elections.
Non-partisan organization promotes open, honest elections in the state. Features mission, blog, FAQs, news, volunteer options, reporting voter fraud.
N.C. Center for Voter Education covers politics across the state. Includes schedule, programs, live streaming audio, podcasts.
Directory of crowd-sourced encyclopedia articles about federal, state and local elections in the state.
Collected news, analysis, Ballot Builder and other voter information, from North Carolina Public Radio.
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