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  • Why we care about Iowa, anyways.

    Written By: Sarah McQuillan,  on  February 11, 2020

    Once every four years the Iowa caucuses direct an insane amount of political and media attention to the small Midwestern state; however, there remains some confusion about why Iowa and what even is a “caucus” anyways? With the 2020 primary season in full swing, keep reading to learn more about the now-infamous Iowa caucuses, the […]

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  • Friday’s Top Five

    Written By: Sarah McQuillan,  on  February 7, 2020

    So much has happened over the past seven days that Monday’s Iowa Caucus feels like it was held months ago. This Friday we tackle caucus confusion and more in our recap of the week’s biggest news stories. 1. Trump’s big week Pres. Trump faced a landmark week as he delivered the State of the Union […]

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  • Politics of the Super Bowl

    Written By: Sarah McQuillan,  on  February 5, 2020

    For those of us who live and breathe politics and policy day in and day out, it can be difficult to not see the political side of nearly everything– and the Super Bowl is no exception to that rule. You can pick political moments out of the Super Bowl in a million ways– whether it’s […]

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  • Friday’s Top Five

    Written By: Sarah McQuillan,  on  January 31, 2020

    Although the N.C. legislative building has remained quiet since the 2019 long session adjourned two weeks ago, there has been plenty going on in Raleigh as well as around the state and country. Take a look at the top five stories we followed this week. 1. Senate impeachment trial For months now it feels that […]

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  • N.C. General Assembly Adjourns 2019 Long Session

    Written By: Sarah McQuillan,  on  January 14, 2020

    Lawmakers set late April return date The N.C. legislature returned to Raleigh today for a “mini” session to address several outstanding funding items and make a final attempt to override Gov. Cooper’s budget veto in the Senate as a very long “long session” finally came to an end. Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger predicted […]

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  • Former Virginia Attorney General To Consult For Kairos Government Affairs

    Written By: Sarah McQuillan,  on  May 14, 2019

    Ken Cuccinelli to serve as Legal Expert & Policy Advisor for partners and clients RALEIGH, N.C. – Kairos Government Affairs (KGA) announced today that former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli will partner with the firm in an advisory role. Cuccinelli, a longtime conservative politico and noted legal expert, will provide legal expertise and consulting services as it […]

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