Archive for the ‘NC Politics’ Category

GOP Identity

Posted on February 25th, 2013 by nexus_admin

Undoubtedly when a political party loses an election, talks arise of whether or not said party is in trouble.  These talks surfaced for the Republican Party shortly after the November election cycle, but certain factors will continue to hamper and possibly erode the GOP’s prospects of having

Team McCrory Works On Hitting Curve Ball

Posted on January 27th, 2012 by nexus_admin

Bev Perdue announced today that she would not be running again for Governor. This was surprising to many, but considering the scandals that are surrounding all around her and her lackluster polling against McCrory, it isn’t unbelievable. The big question now is who will step in to run in her s

Charlotte’s Web

Posted on January 11th, 2012 by nexus_admin

This coming year Charlotte, North Carolina will be at the epicenter of the political world. The Democratic National Convention is being held in Charlotte September 3-7, so all of the party figureheads will be out in full force. It is no coincidence that the DNC chose Charlotte as the city to hold th

More Corruption Out Of Raleigh

Posted on November 29th, 2011 by nexus_admin

Yesterday brought charges against several people that are closely tied to N.C. Governor Bev Perdue. Grand jurors handed up indictments in state court against former Perdue campaign finance director Peter Reichard of Greensboro; Juleigh Sitton of Morganton, until recently the director of the governor

No Vote, No Voice

Posted on November 15th, 2011 by nexus_admin

        The recent voter turnout in America is certainly pause for concern.  Locally, elections in Mecklenburg County saw a 16.2% turnout.  It is interesting to think that less than one out of five citizens voted in Mecklenburg Count.  We have troops fighting in other parts of the world so t

North Carolina Takes Center Stage

Posted on September 17th, 2011 by nexus_admin

There is no doubt that the Democrats have staked their flag in North Carolina for the 2012 election.  Choosing Charlotte to host the Democratic National Convention was a long thought out strategic move, and the powers that be are trying to use North Carolina to break the back of the once solidly re