Challenger Stages Strong Campaign
Greenville, N.C. - Republican challenger Stan Larson is staging a strong campaign against six time incumbent Marian McLawhorn in the ninth district of the North Carolina House of Representatives.
Stan Larson is behind in the only poll of likely voters for the race by just three points.
McLawhorn has a history of easily defeating her opponents.
Real Time Info
Interviews with John Locke Foundation policy analysts and Carolina Journal reporters and editors on topical issues.
Real Time Archive
- Authors Guy Benson and Mary Katharine Ham discuss 'End Of Discussion'
- Energy expert Daniel Fine discusses impact of falling global oil prices
- Carolina Journal's Kari Travis discusses Raleigh's sidewalk dining debate
- Carolina Journal's Rick Henderson discusses Aldona Wos' resignation
- Ed Morrissey ties 'Wall Street' villain's 'greed is good' mantra to the Clintons
- JLF's Roy Cordato endorses 'get-out-of-the-way' energy policy
- Carolina Journal's Rick Henderson analyzes Tony Tata's DOT resignation
- JLF's Terry Stoops discusses demand for N.C. opportunity scholarships
- JLF's Katherine Restrepo discusses Obamacare and 'adverse selection'
- Pope Center's Jenna Robinson assesses two problems with American colleges
- JLF's Katherine Restrepo discusses FTC response to N.C. certificate-of-need law
- Carolina Journal's Rick Henderson assesses N.C. renewable energy tax credits
- Reason's Damon Root contrasts judicial engagement and judicial deference
- JLF's Becki Gray discusses proposal to boost N.C. government transparency
- JLF's Sarah Curry explains difficulty of compiling N.C. county incentive data
- ECU history professor Tony Papalas assesses Greece's economic woes
- Carolina Journal's Jon Ham critiques politically motivated photo editing
- JLF's Terry Stoops assesses recent N.C. homeschooling milestone
- Pope Center's Jay Schalin assesses benefits of independent academic centers
- Carolina Journal's Rick Henderson analyzes Supreme Court redistricting case
- JLF's Katherine Restrepo analyzes King v. Burwell ruling
- JLF's Sarah Curry discusses N.C. counties' use of targeted incentives
- George Mason U.'s Peter Boettke criticizes 'emergency room economics'
- Carolina Journal's Rick Henderson assesses GOP presidential candidates
- JLF's Terry Stoops recaps recent testimony on Common Core standards
- National Review's Charles Cooke shares themes from 'The Conservatarian Manifesto'
- UNC-CH lecturer Mark McNeilly discusses future of online business education
- JLF's Becki Gray discusses need for prudent N.C. government budgeting
- N.C. History Project's Troy Kickler assesses Magna Carta's significance
- Manhattan Institute experts discuss overcriminalization in North Carolina