Archives: Dallas Woodhouse

  • Biden, D.C. Democrats follow N.C. Dems’ playbook on delegitimizing elections

    In a much-criticized press conference, President Biden said the legitimacy of the upcoming midterm elections could depend on Democrats passing a federal takeover of elections. “I’m not saying it’s going to be legit. The increase in the prospect of being illegitimate is in direct proportion to us not being able…

  • Legislature votes to move primary to June 7

    The N.C. General Assembly voted along party lines Wednesday to move the 2022 primary election back three weeks from May 17 to June 7. The Senate passed the measure, House Bill 605, with a 26-17 vote, while the House approved the change, 69-50. “The bill will alleviate voter confusion,”…

  • Democrats plan to block primary move

    Legislative Democrats and Democrat Gov. Roy Cooper are making it clear they will oppose the legislation to move North Carolina’s primary election date from May 17 to June 7. Legislative Republicans will vote this week to delay primaries by three weeks. It’s a move first reported by Carolina Journal…

  • Legislature to move primary election back to June 7

    Legislative Republicans will vote this week to delay the 2022 primary elections until June 7.  The move was first reported by Carolina Journal over the MLK holiday weekend. Moving the primary date would ensure the General Assembly has time to redraw legislative and congressional district maps if ordered to do…

  • Legislature may move primary election back to June

    Legislative Republicans are likely to vote to delay North Carolina’s primary elections until June, multiple sources confirm to Carolina Journal.  Moving the primary date would ensure the General Assembly has time to redraw legislative and congressional district maps if ordered to do so by the Democrat-controlled state Supreme Court. All…

  • N.C. Dems ask court to eviscerate urban GOP efforts

    Mecklenburg Republican Charlie Mulligan decided he could no longer wait. This week he announced his campaign for the newly drawn N.C. Senate District 41 in southern and eastern Mecklenburg County. It includes the GOP-leaning towns of Matthews and Mint Hill. “In Mecklenburg, not only can we do better, we deserve…

  • Three-judge panel to make quick decision in N.C. redistricting trial

    Democrat Party-aligned groups challenging North Carolina’s recently enacted election maps told a three-judge panel Thursday that the maps are extremely partisan. They said the maps for legislative and congressional elections are so partisan in favoring Republican candidates that they violate North Carolina’s constitutional guarantee of “free elections.” That was a…

  • UNC professor claims only Democrats protect black voters’ rights

    A liberal UNC-Chapel Hill professor testified Tuesday that GOP-crafted election maps represent a conservative white backlash against rising black political power. Professor James Leloudis appeared on behalf of Democratic Party-aligned plaintiffs working to overturn voting maps passed by the Republican-led General Assembly, arguing that the maps are unfair to black…