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Leaders from the NCGA House and Senate continued the call for Roy Cooper to defend the common-sense voter ID law or resign as the appeal heads to the Supreme Court.
Governor McCrory announced he will ask the Supreme Court tomorrow to reinstate North Carolina's common sense voter ID law.
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals refused on Thursday to put a hold on its order striking down North Carolina's voter ID law and related election reforms while the opinion is on appeal.
Governor Pat McCrory has formally requested U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts to stay a ruling by the Fourth Circuit and reinstate North Carolina's Voter ID law.
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned major chunks of North Carolina's broad election reform law passed in 2013, claiming that U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Schroeder committed factual errors when he threw out challenges to the law
While this ruling was expected it is nevertheless disappointing that Roy Cooper and his allies have blocked our already successful and popular voter ID law
The North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) today released the following statement in response to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling on North Carolina's voter ID law
Governor McCrory issued the following statement after the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the State's motion to stay the ruling in the voter ID lawsuit
The Division of Motor Vehicles and the State Board of Education appear to have worked out a hiccup in the state's new voter identification law that could have made it harder for some out-of-state students attending college in North Carolina to vote.
The Advancement Project, in a press release dated August 21, announced that the North Carolina NAACP was appealing U.S. District Judge Thomas D. Schroeder's decision earlier this month to deny a preliminary injunction to block certain provisions of VIVA in the November 2014 election.
Members of the House Elections Committee Wednesday received two starkly different versions of the effects of having a voter ID law.