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Some of Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson’s worst verbal attacks have targeted Black women

By Patrick Zarcone | April 19, 2024

One expert said Mark Robinson’s rise comes from a “historical lack of curiosity about the Black voter” and that he is a “tsunami of anti-Black disinformation.”

AG Josh Stein announces NC’s decades-long backlog of 16,000 untested rape kits has been cleared

By Patrick Zarcone | April 19, 2024

“We’ve put in place measures to ensure that we never get into this situation again in North Carolina, and I intend to continue to do everything in my power to help law enforcement solve cold cases and get rapists off the streets and behind bars,” Stein said.

Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson has far more confidence in winning Black votes than Black voters have in Mark Robinson

By Patrick Zarcone | April 12, 2024

According to a February Meredith Poll, only 3% of likely Black voters said they’d vote for Robinson over Democrat Josh Stein this fall – a drop from 15% support in November 2023.

Not taking NC for granted: Biden campaign opening 10 new field offices across the state

By Patrick Zarcone | April 12, 2024

The Biden campaign, which is headquartered in Raleigh, will open field offices in Forsyth, Mecklenburg, Guilford, Cumberland, Johnston, Orange, New Hanover, Buncombe, Cabarrus and Alamance counties.

Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson told Republican group that NC’s public schools need to be defunded

By Patrick Zarcone | April 5, 2024

Mark Robinson told the East Wake Republican Club that “it has already been proven that school systems get better results on less money,” and that “cutting the fat” out of the education budget would be “essential.”

Blood on their hands: NCGOP’s repeal of pistol permit law led to surge in pistol sales, played a role in UNC professor’s murder

By Patrick Zarcone | April 5, 2024

Gun sales surged immediately after SB41 became law. The month before SB41 went into effect saw 2,016 handgun sales in the state – and the month after there were 52,532 handgun sales.

Mifepristone case: Supreme Court holds first abortion-related hearing since overturning Roe

By Patrick Zarcone | April 1, 2024

The effort to ban mifepristone is a direct attack on a common and essential type of health care. Neither judges nor politicians should have any say or control over the private health care decisions of others.

Republican MAGA extremists’ victories in NC on Super Tuesday could be great news for Democrats – if they take these candidates seriously

By Patrick Zarcone | March 15, 2024

In the days since the March 5 primary, North Carolina and the rest of America have been properly introduced to our state’s right-wing MAGA extremists – Mark Robinson, Dan Bishop and Michele Morrow.

It’s officially ‘Mark Madness’: Mark Robinson threatens our freedom, safety, and way of life – and he hates basketball

By Patrick Zarcone | March 8, 2024

The Coalition Against Robinson’s Extremism (CARE) is running a full-court press to educate voters about the threat Mark Robinson poses to North Carolinians’ freedom, safety and way of life.

Sympathy for ‘fetal personhood’ – the argument used in Alabama court’s shocking IVF decision – already exists in NC’s court system

By Patrick Zarcone | March 1, 2024

The chances of a ruling like Alabama’s happening in North Carolina are not out of the realm of possibility, considering the conservative state Supreme Court’s increasingly political (and personal) actions and rulings.