Election officials, advocates scramble to carry on in Florence’s aftermath

It’s still not clear exactly how much damage Hurricane Florence left in her wake, but "the show must go on" for election officials and organizations dedicated to getting out the vote in the November midterm elections.

“The impact of Hurricane Florence has made it even more pressing for the voices of AAPIs [Asian American and Pacific Islanders] and other communities of color to be heard in this election,” said Chavi Koneru, Executive Director at North Carolina Asian Americans Together.


The grave threat that a Justice Kavanaugh would present to my patients

As an OB/GYN caring for the women and families of North Carolina, I know abortion is a safe, essential, routine part of women’s health care. The nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh is only the latest in a long series of threats to women’s constitutional rights. More than 15 new abortion restrictions have been enacted in North Carolina since 2010, with devastating effects for health care access in our state.