NC’s Black voter turnout was up in 2020. What was behind it?

Sixty-eight percent of North Carolina’s Black voters participated in the 2020 general election, according to state data.
By Coleen Harry, WFAE | January 31, 2021

Your Election Day vote may not be showing up online — that’s normal in NC

For NC election officials, 2020 ballot counting has been business as usual.
By NC Watchdog Reporting Network | November 12, 2020

Opinion | Democracy is in peril. But it’s not too late to turn the tide.

Our democracy has never progressed in a straight line; it has zig-zagged forward.
By Susan Smith Richardson, Center for Public Integrity | November 5, 2020

NC too close to call, state board of elections ask for patience through ballot count

County boards of elections across North Carolina have begun the 10-day post-election process of counting the remaining ballots and conducting audits to verify the results.
By Janey Tate | November 4, 2020

It’s Election Day. Here’s how it’s going across Mecklenburg County

Check back throughout the day for local updates
By QCity Metro Staff | November 3, 2020

Forecast: NC could see deluge of postelection litigation, challenges and protests

Tomas Lopez of Democracy NC: "I think that if there's a litigation option that's out there on all sides of this, there's a good chance it will be invoked."
By Jordan Wilkie, Carolina Public Press | November 2, 2020

What happens once polls close on Election Day?

State board of elections official says, primary objective for results process "will be accuracy more than speed.”
By Katrina Louis | November 2, 2020

Supreme Court upholds NC ballot acceptance extension

Postmarked NC ballots submitted through the mail on time will still be counted if the Postal Service does its job by Nov. 12.
By Jordan Wilkie, Carolina Public Press | October 29, 2020

Election watch parties take on new look amid pandemic

Mecklenburg County Democrats and Republicans share plans for Election Day watch parties.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 27, 2020

Kamala Harris visits Charlotte to mobilize voters

The Democratic vice presidential nominee stopped in Charlotte less than two weeks before Election Day.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 21, 2020