November 03, 2010 –
Carolina Journal Exclusive

GOP Makes History by Securing Control of N.C. House, Senate
By David N. Bass
RALEIGH — Republicans made historic gains in the North Carolina legislature during Tuesday’s midterm election, gaining control of both chambers of the General Assembly by comfortable margins for the first time since the 19th century.

John Hood’s Daily Journal

Carolina Caught the Wave
The vulnerable Democratic congressmen who voted against ObamaCare won reelection. The vulnerable Democrat who voted for it was defeated. Pretty clear message there.


11.03.10 – NC GOP regains legislative control in shake-up

11.03.10 – GOP takes the General Assembly

11.03.10 – Burr tops Marshall to keep US Senate seat

11.03.10 – Ellmers takes 2nd District congressional seat

11.03.10 – Incumbents win, lead NC appellate court races

11.03.10 – Voters approve change to ban felons as sheriff

11.03.10 – Guilford voters reject sales tax increase again

11.03.10 – GOP regains majority on Wake board

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Today’s Opinions

Kids safer now
Tara Servatius writes that we are a society that is doing an increasingly better job of protecting and caring for our children, at least in terms of their physical safety.

UNC shouldn’t hide
The Charlotte Observer says that UNC officials should shed more light on its investigation of what appears to be the most serious violations of athletics and academic standards in modern UNC history.

Calling for help
The Winston-Salem Journal says that the state should be moving as quickly to correct its injustice of forced sterilizations as did in committing it.

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