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The WUNCPolitics Podcast is a free-flowing discussion of what we're hearing in the back hallways of the General Assembly and on the campaign trail across North Carolina. 

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On this episode of the WUNCPolitics Podcast, Host Jeff Tiberii speaks with NPR Political Reporter Asma Khalid.

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As Donald Trump prepares to take his oath of office, he’ll preside over a divided nation. A recent Gallup poll found three-fourths of Americans believe the country is split over the most important values – the highest percentage ever.

WUNC and NPR host "A Nation Engaged: A Pre-Inuguration Conversation.

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Outside of the nation’s capitol, the epicenter for partisan bickering may just be Raleigh in 2017.

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On this episode of the WUNCPolitics Podcast, David McLennan, professor of political science at Meredith College, stops by to chat about executive transitions, a looming special session, the color purple and street meat.

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Durham election officials have been ordered to do a machine recount on more than 90,000 ballots after technical challenges on election night. Late Thursday, the State Board of Elections gave Durham a Monday deadline to complete that recount.

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Republican incumbent Pat McCrory trails Democrat Roy Cooper by more than 6,100 votes in the ongoing race for North Carolina's governor.

In the two weeks since Election Day, McCrory’s campaign has called for all provisional and absentee ballots to be counted, while raising dozens of claims of voter fraud. As more votes have been tabulated, Cooper’s lead has increased.

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The 2016 election is, almost entirely, complete. Republican Donald Trump carried the state's 15 electoral votes en route to winning the presidency, voters granted Republican Richard Burr a third term in the U.S. Senate, and the state saw another ticket-split.

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The 2016 campaign is officially rounding the last turn and heading into the home stretch. If you are reading  this, you are also someone who has likely refreshed FiveThirtyEight and Real Clear Politics multiple times in the last hour, so without delay, please download today's WUNCPolitics Podcast.

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On this episode of the WUNCPolitics podcast, we talk with Loretta Boniti, a senior political reporter at Time Warner Cable.

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On this episode of the WUNCPolitics podcast we talk with Michael Kruse, a senior staff writer at Politico.

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On this episode of the WUNCPolitics Podcast, host Jeff Tiberii talks with Jason deBruyn, WUNC’s data reporter, about the races in play - and the potential balance of power - in the North Carolina General Assembly (and Jason's strong sock game).

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Longtime political operatives and strategists Carter Wrenn and Gary Pearce sit down with Capitol Bureau Chief Jeff Tiberii for a comprehensive look at the current and past political landscape in North Carolina.

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One this edition of the WUNCPolitics Podcast, we talk swing state dynamics with Chrissie Thompson, Columbus Bureau Chief for the Cincinnati Inquirer.

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On this episode of the WUNCPolitics Podcast, we head back eight years ago – almost to the day – when then-Senator Barack Obama held a political rally in Greensboro.

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The shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte sparked protests and violence and a back-and-forth about releasing police bodycam and dashcam videos.

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On today's WUNCPolitics Podcast, host Jeff Tiberii talks with NC Insiders Dan Boylan and Patrick Gannon.

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A pair of Republican legislators are the first to break ranks with their General Assembly colleagues on the issue of House Bill 2.

Republican state senators Tamara Barringer of Wake County and Rick Gunn of Alamance County walked back their support for HB2 this week, issuing statements that call for consideration to repeal the contentious law.

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On this edition of the WUNCPolitics podcast, we talk presidential health, gubernatorial history and millennial attitudes.

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On this episode of the WUNCPolitics Podcast, Frank Stasio talks with Jeff Tiberii about the 12-hour meeting held by the State Board of Elections on Thursday.

It was a remarkable meeting that considered and frequently altered the county-level early voting plans that were in dispute. These decisions will play a direct role in how the races for president, governor, senate – anyone on the ballot – plays out this fall.

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On today’s WUNCPolitics Podcast: If you believe polls, the presidential race is tighter here in North Carolina than it is anywhere in the country. And if you believe in TV ad money, the race for Governor is the most expensive.

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On this episode of the WUNCPolitics Podcast we focus on a single, perhaps defining, topic in the race for the next Governor: Pat McCrory's record on teacher pay. It’s an issue upon which he may very well be pinning his re-election hopes.

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Today is a special edition of the WUNCPolitics Podcast. After 13 episodes of insightful, deep dives into the North Carolina political landscape, we've decided to branch out. We've invited someone who is not on the WUNC staff to join the podcast.

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Today on the WUNCPolitics Podcast: Rep. Mike Hager, House Majority Leader from Rutherford County, announced over the weekend that he was resigning his seat. Why? And what does it mean moving forward?

The two major-party candidates for governor set a date for a debate - and it's likely to be the only one between now and election day.

And is everything in politics and campaigning the media's fault? Sure seems like it, if you listen to certain candidates.

Host Dave DeWitt and Capitol Bureau Chief Jeff Tiberii discuss these topics and more.

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On this edition of the WUNCPolitics Podcast: Another rousing game of "Is This A Thing?"

Managing Editor for News Dave DeWitt and Capitol Bureau Chief Jeff Tiberii try to decide the level of importance of the following topics: vice presidential candidates visiting North Carolina this week; the various campaign strategies being employed in the race to become Governor; and how the latest court decision in the Voter ID case will impact turnout this fall.

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Coat-tail riding has begun, as candidates for statewide races fully embrace Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and a social media gaffe highlights the growing role of non-traditional campaigning.

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