Recent programs from VoterRadio.com
The N.C. Center for Voter Education presents "Judge for Yourself: Election 2014," a series of in-depth, one-on-one interviews with this year's statewide candidates in North Carolina.
From Oct. 17, 2013, the Fayetteville Regional Chamber presents a forum featuring candidates running for Fayetteville mayor and city council.
From Oct. 15, 2013, Generation Nation presents a forum featuring teens asking questions of candidates for Charlotte mayor: Democrat Patrick Cannon and Republican Edwin Peacock.
From Oct. 10, 2013, the Asheville-Buncombe League of Women Voters presents a forum featuring candidates running for three at-large seats on the Asheville City Council.
Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that a key component of the landmark Voting Rights Act is unconstitutional.
What could the decision mean for North Carolina and the nation in terms of election laws and voting protections? For insight, we speak with Dr. Harem Crayton from the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Law.
From Feb. 9, 2012, the N.C. Center for Voter Education presents a discussion with former top lobbyist Jack Abramoff on corruption within government and ways to repair America's democracy. The event was held at William Peace University in Raleigh.
From Nov. 21, 2011, the John Locke Foundation hosts a living history debate in Raleigh on the future of the United States. Bill Barker portrays Thomas Jefferson and Steve Holloway plays John Adams. Moderating the debate is Ken Ripley, editor of the Spring Hope Enterprise.
The N.C. History Project presents a two-part examination of the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson. In part I, historian Paul Bergeron discusses seven things to know about Andrew Johnson. In part II, author David Stewart explores the impeachment trial of President Johnson.