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The Voter Update podcasts
May 3, 2013
A Western N.C. Perspective on the Legislature
From the budget and tax reform, to voter ID and bills aimed at Asheville, Dr. Chris Cooper from Western Carolina University provides insight into this year's legislative session.
Plus, we listen to highlights of President Obama and Conan O'Brien cracking jokes at the 2013 White House Correspondents Dinner.
Apr. 19, 2013Taking the Pulse of North Carolina
Dr. Kenneth Fernandez of the Elon University Poll offers insight into North Carolina attitudes on such hot-button issues as education, immigration and same-sex marriage.
And Brent Laurenz looks at five key points in a proposed redistricting reform measure. Plus, we examine some possible official symbols for the Tar Heel State.
Apr. 12, 2013What Could Voter ID Mean for N.C.?
Dr. David McLennan from William Peace University offers insight into a proposed voter ID law, along with measures that would shorten early voting, end same-day registration and ban Sunday voting.
Plus, Brent Laurenz looks at five key points in the proposed voter ID bill.
Jan. 25, 2013Voter Attitudes in a New Political Year
From a new term for the president and a new governor for NC, to the issue of gun control and a key Senate race in 2014, we speak with Tom Jensen from Public Policy Polling for insight into voter attitudes on state & national politics.
Plus, we listen to some sounds from the 57th presidential inauguration.
Jan. 14, 2013McCrory Rides into Raleigh
With Pat McCrory sworn in as governor and the GOP-controlled legislature starting its new session, the era of Republican rule in Raleigh is officially underway after a century of Democratic dominance.
What could the change in party control mean for North Carolina politics? We'll speak with Dr. Michael Bitzer of Catawba College to find out.
Plus, after the success of Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln," we look at other depictions of real-life presidents on the big screen