Civitas Review

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    The first 'exit poll' for the Hagan-Tillis race

    Posted in Elections & Campaigns By Jim Tynen | Tagged , , , ,

    Our final poll shows a dead heat in the Senate race. As it includes some people who have already voted, you could call it the first "exit poll." At your pre-election event, Dem consultant Brad Crone predicts Kay Hagan pulls out a win. The political future: the unaffiliated voters. Republican consultant Michael Luethy: it really […]

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    Illegal Mailers in Hagan Tillis Senate Campaign?

    Posted in Elections & Campaigns, Politicians & Politicking By Francis De Luca | Tagged ,

    Two mailers in the Hagan Tillis race have hit mailboxes in the last few days appear to violate federal and state laws: 1. They do not Identify who paid for the mailer as required by federal law (FEC) 2. They likely violated state lobbying laws as they are soliciting others to call a state official (Speaker […]

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    Noted Pollster Gives Edge to Tillis

    Posted in Elections & Campaigns By Civitas Staff | Tagged , , , , , ,

    A new Civitas Poll showed that House Speaker Thom Tillis rebounded when matched head-to-head against Sen. Kay Hagan in their race for the U.S. Senate. Adam Geller of National Research conducts our regular polls. He spoke at our recent Poll Lunch,  analyzed the findings and explained why he gives the edge right now to Republican […]

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    How Tillis Could Win … and How Hagan Could

    Posted in Elections & Campaigns, Polling By Jim Tynen | Tagged , , ,

    Our latest poll shows that state House Speaker Thom Tillis is leading Sen. Kay Hagan in the race for the Senate. He leads her 39 to 36 percent, with Libertarian Sean Haugh getting 8 percent. Considering only Hagan and Tillis, the latter led by 5 points. It's important to understand some of the underlying factors. […]

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    Berger, Tillis Issue Statement Holding Hagan Responsible for Ending Long-Term Unemployment Benefits

    Posted in Economics, Legislative Activity By Brian Balfour | Tagged , , ,

    Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger and House Speaker Thom Tillis this afternoon released a joint statement discussing Sen. Kay Hagan's role in the dropping of long-term unemployment benefits in NC. Here are some highlights from the  release: Raleigh, N.C. – Senate Leader Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) and House Speaker Thom Tillis (R-Mecklenburg) issued the following […]

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