Recent programs from VoterRadio.com
On the same day that the N.C. Senate voted to end North Carolina's innovative judicial campaign financing program, two West Virginia Republicans came to Raleigh to explain why they supported their state's recently adoption of publicly funded judicial elections modeled after the Tar Heel State.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory delivers his first State of the State Address to a joint session of the General Assembly.
The 56th meeting of the North Carolina Electoral College was held on Dec. 17 at the State Capitol in Raleigh, as 15 electors met to cast presidential ballots for Republican Mitt Romney, who carried the state in the Nov. 6 election.
The N.C. Center for Voter Education presents "Judge for Yourself: Election 2012," a series of in-depth, one-on-one interviews with this year's statewide candidates in North Carolina.
From Oct. 23, 2012, the N.C. Center for Voter Education and the Apex Chamber of Commerce present a forum featuring candidates for N.C. Senate District 17 and N.C. House districts 36, 37 and 41.
From Oct. 18, 2012, the Campbell University School of Law and the N.C. Center for Voter Education host a forum featuring this year's candidates for N.C. Supreme Court -- incumbent Justice Paul Newby and his challenger, N.C. Court of Appeals Judge Sam Ervin.
From Oct. 15, 2012, WakeUP Wake County and the Wake County League of Women Voters present a forum featuring this year's candidates for N.C. Superintendent of Public Instruction – Democratic incumbent June Atkinson and Republican challenger John Tedesco.
From Sep. 27, 2012, WakeUP Wake County and the Wake County League of Women Voters present a forum featuring the candidates for Wake County Board of Commissioners.
From Aug. 23, 2012, the N.C. Center for Voter Education and the League of Women Voters of North Carolina present a forum featuring this year's candidates for N.C. Secretary of State.
From Mar. 26, 2012, Jeffrey Clements, author of "Corporations Are Not People," presents the case for a constitutional amendment overturning the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v FEC.
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.