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A Chronicle guide to the election: Five important North Carolina races

(09/15/16 4:02am)

Before election day, The Chronicle is creating a series of explainers about who's who on the ballot, to supplement continuing coverage of the presidential contest. Part one of this series includes the North Carolina governor and senate races, plus the attorney general and lieutenant governor contests. Also, check out our guide to voting on Duke's campus. A North Carolina sample ballot listing all the races to be voted on by campus residents is available below. 











Duke professor: Supreme Court vacancy ‘huge’ in 2016 election

(03/22/16 6:18am)

Neil Siegel is a professor of law and professor of political science at the Duke Law School. In 2003, he clerked for Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the U.S. Supreme Court and served as special council to then-Sen. and current Vice President Joe Biden during the confirmation hearings of current Justices John Roberts and Samuel Alito. The Chronicle’s Rachel Sereix spoke with Siegel about the next Supreme Court nominee and partisanship in the Court.