Political posturing is heating up in North Carolina and across the United States.
Eleven percent of Jackson County’s residents visited the polls during the June 7 primary, a majority of which voted to approve a countywide sales tax increase.
If you are looking for a reason to vote in the unusual second primary on Tuesday, consider this.
Voters will return to the polls on Tuesday for a special tax referendum vote and, for Democrats, another go at a congressional primary.
Democratic candidates Rick Bryson of Bryson City and Tom Hill of Zirconia will be on the June 7 primary ballot for District 11’s U.S. Congress seat.
A special primary to determine the major party candidates for North Carolina’s delegates in the U.S. House of Representatives has been set for June 7.