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What The Politics?! Episode 29: North Carolina Politics: a paradox all over historical past

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GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) — North Carolina’s political history is quite unique.

Many, like journalist Rob Christensen, have known as it a paradox. How does a condition vote for Donald Trump, Thom Tillis and then Roy Cooper? An expert tells us it has been this way for above 50 many years.

In this week’s episode of What The Politics?!, we assess North Carolina politics above a long time and how it compares to other Southern states traditionally and now. We go over the shift in political events involving 1900 and 1960, wherever North Carolina was considered a “solid Democratic point out.”

We search at how things like redistricting and the coronavirus pandemic could be components that impact forthcoming elections and voters’ viewpoints of elected officers and their affiliated celebration. In that very same respect, we explore notable leaders and how they have formed North Carolina politics right now.

Our visitor for this week’s conversation is Dr. Michael Bitzer, a professor of politics at Catawba Faculty in North Carolina. He is a highly regarded political analyst and pre-regulation advisor. He specializes in Southern politics, North Carolina history and politics, campaigning, U.S. voting and elections. He obtained graduate levels from Clemson University and The College of Georgia.

Utilized at Catawba College or university due to the fact 2002, Dr. Bitzer has served on the Faculty Senate, numerous committees, provost of the university, and interim dean of pupils. He at this time serves as the T.P. And J.C. Chair of Politics Science.

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