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NC SPIN episode #1047 Air Date 12/7/2018

| December 7, 2018 | 1 Comment

Topics: Possible voter fraud UNC Solution to Silent Sam makes few happy Voter ID Tell us something we don’t know Panelists: Rick Henderson, Editor in chief, Carolina Journal Rob Schofield, NC Policy Watch Joe Mavretic, Former NC House Speaker Howard N. Lee, President, Howard N. Lee Institute Tom Campbell, Moderator

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NC SPIN episode #1046 Air Date 11/30/2018

| November 30, 2018 | 0 Comments

Topics: Farm Crisis Lame Duck Session Samuel Oliver-Bruno and ICE Election Administration The Atlantic Coast Pipeline Tell Us Something We Don’t Know Panelists: Rufus Edmisten, Former Secretary of State and Attorney General Chris Fitzsimon, Senior Political Analyst Anna Bevon Gravely, Political Analyst John Hood, Syndicated Columnist and Author Brad Crone, Moderator

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NC SPIN episode #1045 Air Date 11/23/18

| November 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

Topics: Politics, geography and involvement Two education tests, different scores North Carolina’s economy Tell us something we don’t know Panelists: Chris Fitzsimon, Senior Political Analyst John Hood, Syndicated Columnist and Author Bob Orr, Former Supreme Court Justice Cash Michaels, Journalist and Filmmaker Tom Campbell, Moderator

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NC SPIN episode #1044 Air Date 11/16/2018

| November 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

Topics: Short Session The Environment Tell Us Something We Don’t Know Panelists: Leo Daughtry, Former Legislator Chris Fitzsimon, Senior Political Analyst John Hood, Syndicated Columnist and Author Rob Schofield, NC Policy Watch Tom Campbell, Moderator

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This week on SPIN

| November 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

We’ve got a great show this week, starting with a discussion about the upcoming special session of the legislature and what we might expect them to discuss. Recent rainfall in our state has brought flooding and should reopen conversations about our environment, especially as Governor Cooper is asking for a major cutback of greenhouse emissions […]

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NC SPIN episode #1043 Air Date 11/9/18

| November 9, 2018 | 1 Comment

Topics: Main discussion for this week – Elections After many months of speculation and polls the voters had their chance to speak their minds on Tuesday. We want our panel to analyze what they said and why things turned out as they did. What was your biggest surprise in the election?   Panelists: Dennis Wicker, […]

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NC SPIN #1042 airing 11/02/2018

| November 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

Topics: Margaret Spellings Leaving UNC Tuesday’s Coming and the Voters will Speak Tell Us Something We Don’t Know Panelists: Brad Crone, Political and Communications Consultant Chris Fitzsimon, Senior Political Analyst Rick Henderson, Editor-in-chief, Carolina Journal John Hood, Syndicated Columnist and Author Tom Campbell, Moderator

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NC SPIN episode #1041 Air Date 10/26/2018

| October 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

Topics: Setting the Stage for November 6th The Congressional Races Judicial Elections The Constitutional Amendments Legislative Races Panelists: Michael Bitzer, Catawba College Chris Cooper, Western Carolina University David McLennan, Meredith College Jason Husser, Elon University Tom Campbell, Moderator

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NC SPIN episode #1040 Air Date 10/19/2018

| October 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

Topics: Court Overturns Another Initiative Legislature Commits Hurricane Relief Money Early Voting has Begun Tell Us Something We Don’t Know Panelists: Rufus Edmisten, Former Attorney General and Secretary of State Chris Fitzsimon, Political Analyst and Columnist John Hood, Syndicated Columnist and Author Patrick Sebastian, Communications and Political Consultant Tom Campbell, Moderator

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What’s on NC SPIN this week

| October 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

Joining us on NC SPIN #1040 this week are former Attorney General and Secretary of State Rufus Edmisten, consultant Patrick Sebastian, syndicated columnist and author John Hood and senior political consultant Chris Fitzsimon. Here’s what we will be talking about: Hurricane Florence recovery funding was approved by our legislature in a bi-partisan effort. A three-judge […]

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