The Primary Election

Early voting has begun for the upcoming March 5 primary election in North Carolina. A multiplicity of nominations will be decided for races such as Governor; Lt. Governor; other Council of State offices; congressional seats; and NC General Assembly seats.

A number of resources online can help the conservative voter learn more about the candidates’ positions and which candidates are being recommended. I do not necessarily agree with all the recommendations on these sites, but I think they are worth a look to get somewhat of a balanced picture:

The Daily Haymaker, Part One and Part Two

North Carolina Grassroots Government

The North Carolina Values Coalition iVoterGuide

Stand for Health Freedom

I can state there is one candidate who ought to win her primary, hands down. Michele Morrow is a much better candidate for NC Superintendent of Public Instruction compared with her opponent– Catherine Truitt, the incumbent– who is a Republican pawn of the education establishment. This race, by all appearances, ought to be no contest for conservative voters.

The Guilford County Sample Ballot is found here.


4 thoughts on “The Primary Election

  1. Question: I thought Dan Bishop was running for Attorney General. I don’t his name on the GOP ballot.

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