CHARLOTTE, NC — Both parties are pushing hard to get the vote out early, especially in North Carolina. The state is considered key to winning the White House. Both presidential candidates, and their campaigns, are putting extra emphasis on theTar Heel state as we close in on election day.
CHARLOTTE, NC — Michelle Obama’s remarks to the graduates of Tuskegee University has caused a little controversy, with many asking “Is talking about racism racist?” WCCB Charlotte Political Contributor Mary C. Curtis stops by to discuss and giver her thoughts on the First Lady’s remarks.
To read a copy of Michelle Obama’s speech, click here.
You can also watch a recent panel hosted by Mary C. Curtis in Asheville that focused on healing by clicking here. The conference was sponsored by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, with more than 500 civil rights and social justice leaders.
CHARLOTTE, NC – Watching debate between North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan and challenger Thom Tills with less than a month to go until the midterms. “Hagan and Tillis have very distinct and different opinions on opposite sides, and they make that very clear,” said WCCB Political Contributor Mary C. Curtis. The polls show a close race.