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Cheri Beasley, State Supreme Court, Chief Justice

Cheri Beasley, State Supreme Court, Chief Justice

Chief Justice Cheri Beasley has been on the State Supreme Court since 2012, and has served as a strong leader in the judicial branch. In 2018, she became Chief Justice, making her the first Black woman to serve in that position. Justice Beasley’s priorities include updating the NC Courts’ technology, improving access to recovery courts, and building partnerships with the community.

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Kathy Manning, U.S. House District 6

Kathy Manning, U.S. House District 6

Kathy Manning is running to represent the Triad in Congress. As a local leader in Greensboro, she knows the importance of equality and equity in the political arena. And as someone who has experienced the injustices of the healthcare system firsthand, she knows the importance of healthcare reform. Her priorities include economic opportunity, affordable healthcare and education.

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Harper Peterson, Senate District 9

Harper Peterson, Senate District 9

Sen. Peterson was elected in 2018, after serving as mayor of Wilmington. In both roles he’s been a strong advocate for social justice. His priorities are water quality, education, and economic opportunity and justice.

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We can count on Quick

We can count on Quick

As of June 30, Nicole Quick reported that 99 percent of her donors are individuals.

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Latino Leaders Take Thom Tillis to Task for Misinformed, Racist Comments on the Coronavirus

Latino Leaders Take Thom Tillis to Task for Misinformed, Racist Comments on the Coronavirus

Two state nonprofits joined a chorus of voices that took N.C. Senator Thom Tillis to task after he blamed the disproportionate spread of the coronavirus across the state on Latinos for not wearing face masks and improperly social distancing.

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Lt. Governor Dan Forest retweets schools are "low risk" for children. Here's what science says

Lt. Governor Dan Forest retweets schools are "low risk" for children. Here's what science says

In the debate over reopening schools, Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest retweeted a statement Wednesday from a conservative pundit: "There is little to no evidence schools are serious vectors of COVID transmission; children are at extraordinarily low risk from COVID"

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