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Hometown Debates: Change process to fill judiciary vacancies

Meroney Theatre 213 S Main Street, Salisbury, NC, United States

Our 2018 series will feature four of the proposed six amendments to the state Constitution. Once again, the debates will be moderated by Loretta Boniti from Spectrum News. Panelists will include elected officials and public policy leaders. - September 25 in Salisbury at the Meroney Theatre - Change process to fill judiciary vacancies

Hometown Debates: Require voters to present a picture ID before voting

Arts of the Pamilco Historic Turnage Theatre 150 West Main Street, Washington, NC, United States

Our 2018 series will feature four of the proposed six amendments to the state Constitution. Once again, the debates will be moderated by Loretta Boniti from Spectrum News. Panelists will include elected officials and public policy leaders. October 3 in Washington at the Arts of the Pamlico’s Historic Turnage Theatre – Require voters to present…

Hometown Debates: Increase legislative control over appointments to bipartisan elections and ethics board

The Clayton center 111 East 2nd Street, Clayton, NC, United States

Our 2018 series will feature four of the proposed six amendments to the state Constitution. Once again, the debates will be moderated by Loretta Boniti from Spectrum News. Panelists will include elected officials and public policy leaders. October 9 in Clayton at the Clayton Center – Increase legislative control over appointments to bipartisan elections and…

Hometown Debate Series: UNC Admissions Case

Vance-Granville Community College Civic Center 200 Community College Road, Henderson, NC, United States

The North Carolina Institute of Political Leadership (IOPL) is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization charged with improving the practice of democracy in our state. Through its annual Hometown Debate Series, IOPL raises awareness of critical issues by bringing newsmakers to communities across the state. This four-event series, a collaboration between Spectrum News 1 North Carolina and IOPL, brings elected officials…