Incumbent Roy Cooper, a Democrat, will serve as the Governor of North Carolina for a second four-year term. After his opponent conceded, Republican Mark Robinson will be North Carolina’s next lieutenant governor and the first Black person to serve in this position.
Four Duke professors signed an open letter opposing President Donald Trump's reelection.
Reggie Love, Trinity ‘05 and a former personal aide to President Barack Obama, is now on the virtual campaign trail.
With record voting numbers predicted and more Americans than ever before casting ballots by mail, the election faces unusual logistical challenges. Although Election Day is Tuesday, it is unclear when the winners will be announced.
More than 4.5 million absentee ballots have been cast in North Carolina in advance of Election Day.
While many are already turning in their votes, some Blue Devils have their names on the ballot.
The surrounding areas have seen much higher test positivity rates than Duke.
Incumbent Steve Troxler and his opponent Jenna Wadsworth are both running for commissioner of agriculture this November.
Duke is keeping students busy on Election Day, but some professors are making changes on their own.
Anjali Boyd, a first-year doctoral student at the Nicholas School of the Environment, is running for Durham Soil and Water Conservation District supervisor on a platform of education, environmental justice and economic development.
How can we use the arts to bridge racial divisions and engage with pressing issues of race and racism?
At both the national and state level, Duke's government relations team has continued to prioritize the policies that are most impactful for the University and its members.
With the North Carolina general election just under two weeks away, voters across the state will have the opportunity to cast their ballot for state auditor.
Donald Trump’s tweets have already been the subject of scrutiny, but now his word choice and speaking style are under examination.
On Sunday, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden encouraged Durhamites to vote in what he called the “most important election in our lifetimes.”
With early voting kicking off Oct. 15 in North Carolina—including an on-campus early voting place at the Karsh Alumni and Visitors Center—The Chronicle has pulled together information on other national and statewide races that you’ll find on your ballot if voting in Durham.
On Oct. 2, a sex scandal and a positive coronavirus test changed the race between Democratic challenger Cal Cunningham and incumbent Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC).
The North Carolina State Board of Elections has had a chaotic few weeks.