by Carter Wrenn, Talking About Politics, September 15, 2014. More telling than Kay Hagan’s overall lead in the polls may be her overwhelming lead with women. According to a Rasmussen Poll last week, Hagan leads Thom Tillis by six points, 45-39. But then it gets confusing. The poll said Hagan leads among women by […]
After SPIN! Video from September 14th program: In this video our panelists discuss what they didn’t get to say on last weeks show.
by Elon University, September 15, 2014. Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan has opened a four-point lead over her challenger in the November elections, according to the latest Elon University Poll. Hagan leads Thom Tillis, the Republican speaker of North Carolina’s House of Representatives, by a 45-41 margin among likely voters. Nine percent of likely voters […]
by Mark Binker, WRAL, September 15, 2014. Raleigh polling firm American Insights is rolling out a new poll Monday that shows Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan has a 9 percentage point lead among likely voters over Republican challenger Thom Tillis. This poll is the latest in a string showing Hagan gaining ground in the campaign. Of likely voters surveyed, […]
by Associated Press, published in Winston-Salem Journal, September 14, 2014. Medical assistant Melanie Moss wanted better things for her children. The public schools weren’t bad but her daughter was coming home last year complaining of boredom. Then she won a lottery for a new program promoted by North Carolina conservatives helping students from low-income families […]
by Julie Ball, Asheville Citizen-Times, September 12, 2014. No one could talk Gary McDermott out of teaching. The 29-year-old is drawn to the profession and he’s determined to stick with it. “Some people say they wouldn’t recommend this to anyone. But I try and avoid those negative people because I’m still going to do this […]