Written on December 2, 2018

Politically Purple Comes Home

Politically Purple NC has been on hiatus while its instigator/editor packed up her various collectables from across the years and moved them from the mountains to the middle of the state — from 23 years in Asheville back to her territory of birth, Wake County. A bevy of native Holder and Bagwell spirits in the area, dating back to the early 1800s for the former and the Revolutionary Era for the latter ancestors, plus all the remaining relatives-in-the-flesh (including a 94-year-old aunt who is going…   Continue Reading »

What Just Happened Here?

Here’s a morning-after analysis of the Election Day returns involving state government in North Carolina, first published in the Urban News.  by Nelda Holder     North Carolina rode out the hyperbolic midterm election season to wash up on a political shoreline that is at once familiar yet changed. Republican majorities still hold both the Senate and the House in Raleigh, but Democratic victories took away their veto-proof status in both chambers, creating a very different landscape in dealing with controversial legislation that Democratic Gov. Roy…   Continue Reading »

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    PoliticallyPurpleNC examines -- from a nonpartisan angle -- the legislative decisions of the North Carolina General Assembly and their potential effects on the citizens of the state. It does so in a setting that includes context -- historical background and social implications. PPNC encourages rational, nonpartisan evaluation and advocacy for the good of the whole.
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