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Charlotte's general election begins Tuesday.

Early voters in Charlotte can now make their way to the polls. Early voting began Thursday for the municipal general election held on July 26. The election will determine Charlotte’s next mayor and city council members. There are 13 early voting sites set up across the city. Residents can register and vote at the polls […]

The 2020 early voting period starts Thursday, October 15, and ends Saturday, October 31. Any registered voter or eligible individual in North Carolina may cast an absentee ballot in person during this time. This period is sometimes called “one-stop early voting.” During early voting, voters may cast a ballot at any early voting site in their […]

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BE MAD ENOUGH TO VOTE! The City of Charlotte is holding elections for mayor and city council in 2017. Early voting for the September 12 primary is under way. Additional voting locations open up today. The following sites will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the next five days: Additional Locations (September […]

BE MAD ENOUGH TO VOTE! The City of Charlotte is holding elections for mayor and city council in 2017. Early voting for the September 12 primary begins TODAY!  Mayor Jennifer Roberts, who was elected mayor in November 2015, is running for re-election. Roberts will be challenged in the Democratic primary by Councilwoman Vi Lyles, State […]

Donald Trump is not only out here affecting individual and family lives, but longtime marriages are suffering as well.

Yesterday, federal court judges announced that they find North Carolina’s legislative districts to be so racially biased that they will require the state to redo its elections next year, rather than in two years. The Tar Heel State will have to redraw 28 of its legislative districts. Earlier this summer, the court found that state […]

First Lady Michelle Obama is wrapping up the end of a historic 8-year period in the White House alongside President Barack Obama. As the first black first lady of the United States, the list of her accomplishments during The Obama’s time in the White House is endless. She details what is at stake on this […]

Bishop Paul Morton got the chance to chat with Erica Campbell and GRIFF about his new album, “Legacy: Live In New Orleans.” He says of this project, “legacy is how you want to be remembered,” and this project represents that for him. He also reveals some of the guest stars fans can hear on the […]

In this edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, GRIFF talks about the experience he had when he went out to go vote early last Saturday. He walked up to the park where the voting took place, and saw a whole bunch of people, tons of cars, police and news crews. He immediately didn’t feel like voting, but […]

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year or so, you know how absolutely mind-boggling this election season has been. This year’s race is historic for many reason, and which way it goes will determine a lot of the changes we will say over the next decade in this country. So Erica […]