Redistricting trial before 3-judge panel is set for Jan. 3-Jan. 5 with closing arguments on Jan. 6 — trying meet super quick deadline instituted by Supreme Court. No rest for lawyers who will be working throughout holidays based on deadlines for pre-trial work. #ncpol #ncga
— Brian Murphy (@MurphinNC) December 13, 2021
It is incredibly important, our very democracy hangs in the balance. And that deadline is the Republicans' fault, not the Supreme Court.
Why exactly did @UNC trustees vote on a new provost without mentioning his name or job publicly during the vote? Why did they wait 6 HOURS to release the information of his appointment? @KateMurphyNews looks into a very non-transparent process. #ncpol https://t.co/9FgmkUx8Rf
— Thad Ogburn (@thadogburn) December 13, 2021
Good question, but don't expect an accurate answer.
— Justin Parmenter (@JustinParmenter) December 13, 2021
Remember what I said about Wake County setting a good example? I did say that, didn't I? I've been having some weird deja vu stuff going on lately...
I’m so proud of my wife Jennifer Bumgarner, upon her appointment from President Biden today to her new job. Principal Deputy Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs in the US Department of Energy in Washington DC. Congratulations. #ncga #ncgov #ncpol
— mikehouser (@mikehouser) December 13, 2021
That is pretty cool...
— Speaker Tim Moore (@NCHouseSpeaker) December 13, 2021
Snowjobs? Oddjobs? Handjobs? Paintjobs? I could go on...
There is always an #NCPol angle to every story: Hell of a story by @AndrewFeinberg showing that Mark Meadows tried to send a slate of candidates to the RNC supporting @TedCruz in 2016. https://t.co/W1kkLjdDQk
— Eric Michael Garcia (@EricMGarcia) December 13, 2021
To be fair, none of us really believed Trump could win, until it was too late. I mean, come on. He's filed bankruptcy so many times he can't count the times.
I’m in Fletcher, NC to launch a new NC Leadership Forum initiative to improve public discourse. This graffiti in the event location restroom is a sobering reminder of the problem we face. pic.twitter.com/Z2pXEnzQcH
— John Hood (@JohnHoodNC) December 13, 2021
Didn't you already try that? Or am I having deja vu again?
— Mark Shiver (@markshiver) December 13, 2021
Yeah, I'm pretty sure those things were already against the law. But thanks anyway.
— Mark Walker (@RepMarkWalker) December 13, 2021
Of course you need onions. And a table with chairs so you can breathe, because damn.
Tax-funded NC public charter school that contracts out its management tells judges the private contractor can ban daughters of the taxpayers from wearing pants at school (must wear skirts/skorts/jumpers)
Click for details: https://t.co/DWBhuPAGTx
by @sydneymhoover #ncga #ncpol
— Paul Woolverton (@FO_Woolverton) December 13, 2021
Welcome back to the 1950's. Sheesh.
On that sexist note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) December 12, 2021
Now that is f**king funny. :)