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Over at WRAL, the headline reads “Anglin’s Republican court campaign largely funded by Democrats.” Let’s examine what “largely” means. Continue reading
Chris Anglin, the Fake Republican in the NC Supreme Court race turns out to have a very real arrest record.
According to the NC Supreme Court’s docket list, the Opportunity Scholarships case is slated for Tuesday, February 17th. The Opportunity Scholarships are for low-income children and the vast majority of those who applied are minority students. Continue reading
Over the last year, I wrote fairly extensively on some of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals races. The highlighted race amongst those articles was the Supreme Court Justice race, specifically the Chief Justice spot.
That race was between Chief Justice Mark Martin and Judge Ola Lewis. Chief Justice Martin won that race handily with almost 73% of the vote which translated to 1,741,421 votes for Martin to Lewis’s 667,772.
Ervin, Hudson and Beasley all hung on to their seats. The Beasley race was particularly close with only just over 3,200 votes separating them:
SUPREME COURT ASSOC. JUSTICE (Beasley)
NAME ON BALLOT PARTY BALLOT COUNT PERCENT
Cheri Beasley 1,228,397 50.07%
Mike Robinson 1,225,185 49.93%
View the top judicial race results here or at the NC Board of Elections site.
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The Federalist Society held a Supreme Court Candidate forum a few weeks ago. Per their website, the candidates who attended were:
Chief Justice Mark Martin, North Carolina Supreme Court
Judge Samuel J. Ervin, IV, North Carolina Court of Appeals
Justice Robert N. Hunter, Jr., North Carolina Supreme Court
Justice Robin Hudson, North Carolina Supreme Court
Judge Eric Levinson, Seventh Division of the Superior Court, North Carolina
Justice Cheri Beasley, North Carolina Supreme Court
Mr. Mike Robinson, Partner, Robinson & Lawing, LLP
Judge Ola Lewis, who is challenging Mark Martin for the Chief Justice spot, was not in attendance.
The Federalist Society has posted the videos of the candidates remarks at this event. There are four video clips to watch. Our court elections are extremely important, as we have seen recently. Take the time, check out the candidates. Continue reading
The Federalist Society held a major forum this week for candidates seeking office in the North Carolina Court System. Regrettably, I was unable to attend, but it looks like the event was a great success:
.@TriangleFedSoc’s #NCSupremeCourt Candidate Forum was engaging & informative! #vote #Nov4 @abbyhope @LetFr33domRing pic.twitter.com/O4GlIkyA01
— Federalist Society (@CampbellFedSoc) September 18, 2014
We’ve covered some of the main races here on the blog, including the interesting Supreme Court Justice race. Both Supreme Court Justice candidates (Justice Mark Martin and Judge Ola Lewis) were invited to the forum, however it looks like Judge Ola Lewis backed out due to an ‘unspecified’ conflict:
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Legislative leaders asked the NC Supreme Court for an emergency release of funds for the Opportunity Scholarships while the decision of Judge Hobgood is being appealed.
The News and Observer piece doesn’t make mention of the legal representation for the parents who has also filed an emergency motion. Representation for the parents in the suit also filed with the NC Supreme Court. I haven’t seen where this motion has been ruled on yet. It asks for the funds for those children already accepted to be released so they are not in academic limbo.
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