Poll: Two-thirds of North Carolinians worried about crime
A new Civitas poll finds that 66% of North Carolina voters are concerned about crime and safety in their neighborhoods.
This week on “The Debrief”:
*State House Speaker Tim Moore faces a rare “alienation of affections” lawsuit from a former Apex Town Council member.
*Almost every Democrat flips votes from “yes” to “no” after Gov. Roy Cooper wields his veto stamp.
*The state Senate passes legislation to change election procedures and rework the N.C. State Board of Elections.
*The latest Civitas Poll shows people still prefer capitalism to socialism, and they want their employers to avoid public stands on controversial social issues.
*North Carolina will continue to play a major role in the nation’s electoral landscape in 2024. While presidential candidates are already stumping for the state’s 16 electoral votes, candidates are also vying for a high-profile governor’s race.
*Among the many issues state lawmakers are dealing with this year, some have high importance for higher education in North Carolina.
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