More From 2018 Elections

November 02, 2018

Republican Tommy Wooten has outraised and outspent Democrat Eddie Graham in their race to become Pasquotank County's next sheriff by a more than 2-1 margin.

In the latest campaign finance reports to the N.C. Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement, Wooten, a sergeant in the Pasquotank…


November 01, 2018

Board of Education candidate Ron Payne claims the way his departure from Northeastern High School was handled points to a larger problem in the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools: school staff are intimidated by administrators and the school board lets it happen.

At least one of his opponents,…


November 01, 2018

In the closing weeks of the Senate District 1 campaign, Republican state Rep. Bob Steinburg is outspending his Democratic opponent, Cole Phelps, by an almost 2:1 margin.

Steinburg, a three-term House member from Chowan County, has spent more than $418,000 since July 1, according to the third…


October 27, 2018

With just over a week of early voting left for the Nov. 6 midterm election, more than 19,000 northeastern North Carolinians have already cast ballots in Senate District 1, the new 11-county enclave stretching from Currituck to Hyde and as far west as Hertford.

October 24, 2018

After the first four days of early voting for next month’s mid-term election, Democratic turnout in Senate District 1 is more than double that of Republican turnout.

A review of state data shows that 5,834 Democratic voters had cast ballots through Monday across the 11 counties of Senate…


October 23, 2018

State legislative candidates Cole Phelps and Ron Wesson tackled an array of issues in a forum last week in Elizabeth City, including constitutional amendments, redistricting, education funding, and even whether to legalize marijuana.

The two candidates spoke during a forum hosted by The Daily…

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