North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has a lot of work to do in the next 28 days if he hopes to keep his job. Roy Cooper, McCrory’s Democratic competitor, currently has a six-point lead over McCrory in the election, according a Bloomberg Politics poll. One of the things helping Cooper in his campaign is his unwillingness […]
The summer was full of controversy for both presidential candidates promising an interesting election season. After the conventions, Trump and Clinton had a bump in the polls but each had plenty of issues and scandals both prior to the conventions and after. Clinton’s Troubles On July 5, FBI Director Jim Comey gave a speech where he recommended that […]
In this edition of WCJ Wheekly we go over the results of the primaries so far and the results of Super Saturday. Stay tuned weekly for more episodes of WCJ Wheekly Update.
By Ariel Rymer and Marysa Burchett A controversial topic from the beginning of the election was, and still is, immigration. Now that the results are in and Obama has another four years, the Western North Carolina community gives their opinions on the future demographics and immigration reform. “Hispanics and the Hispanic population traditionally should vote […]
Hear what students at Western Carolina University say about why they voted in the 2012 presidential election and how they think President Barack Obama’s re-election will affect them. Shot by Anthony Bouthillette, Heath Brown, Jenna Englert, Tanner Morris, Pratana Muong, Sherry Rigby, Janson Silvers, Michael Smith, and Jarrett Wilson. Reporters: Alisha Lambert, Ariel Rymer, Rebbeca Ziglar, […]