2024 Candidate Evaluations


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“Remember in November” candidate evaluations estimate where candidates stand on gun issues by comparing their views with those of a control group of gun owners. As noted below, a "4-STAR" candidate agrees with control group on at least 90% of gun issues, a 3-STAR agrees on least 80%, a 2-STAR on at least 70%, a 1-STAR on at least 60%, and a 0-STAR candidate agrees on less than 60% of gun issues.


Registering & Voting


Option 1: Register in-person at your county Board of Elections office or mail registration forms to arrive at the office by Feb. 9, 2024: Voter registration deadline is Feb. 9 at 5 PM. Forms are available at Board of Elections offices, county libraries, county offices or online at https://www.ncsbe.gov/registering/how-register.


Option 2: You may register at DMV offices or other state agencies which dispense benefits (e.g. DSS, WIC, ESC, etc).


Note: If you are a DMV customer with a NC driver’s license or DMV-issued ID, you may now register to vote or change certain parts of your registration online. Using this service existing DMV customers may register to vote, update their voter registration address, or update their party affiliation. For information: www.ncsbe.gov/Voters/Registering-to-Vote


Getting Voter Information


On the NCSBE home page at http://www.ncsbe.gov/ you will find links to look up your voter registration, one-stop voting site, Election Day polling place and provisional ballot. For early voting hours in your county, you may call your County Board of Elections.


Voter deadlines and instructions:


  • February 9 (5 PM): Deadline for voter registration or to update registration (e.g. for an address change). Click here for details. To check your voter registration, click here. Note: If you are registered as “unaffiliated,” you may vote in either the Democrat or Republican primary election.

  • February 15: Primary election One Stop Early Voting begins. Click here for details. Click here to find your One Stop Early Voting place. Using in-person early voting, you may both register and vote simultaneously until March 2.

  • February 27 at 5:00 PM: Last day to submit an absentee ballot request form. Click here for information on voting by mail.

  • March 2 at 3:00 PM: One Stop Early Voting ends. This is your last opportunity to use One Stop in-person early registration and voting.

  • March 5, 2022, 6:30 AM – 7:30 PM: Primary Election Day: Click here to find your polling place on Election Day.


Making Your Vote Count


  • Inform yourself: This guide presents only part of the picture.

  • Vote early if possible at your county’s one-stop voting sites; or

  • Vote on March 5 at your designated polling place between 6:30 AM and 7:30 PM.


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What Candidate Listings Mean


GRNC's "Remember in November" project estimates candidates' views on "assault weapons," concealed handguns, gun storage laws, gun rationing, other gun control and the Second Amendment. THE EVALUATIONS HEREIN ARE NOT ENDORSEMENTS. We issued surveys first to a control group of gun owners and then to candidates. Next, we measured how closely each candidate's views and voting record (if available) agree with the control group. Pay more attention to voting records than survey results unless, of course, you believe politicians never lie.



Office”: Candidate’s district number and office sought. “R HUDSON” ABOVE is seeking re-election to the US House in the 9th Congressional District. Abbreviation for the candidate’s party is at the top of the page.


"Survey": The percentages listed depict agreement between a given candidate and our control group (e.g. an "80" under the "Survey" section means 80% of the candidate's answers agreed with the Conservative Gun Owners). “NR” means the candidate failed to return the survey.


"Voting": Votes are more accurate than surveys and should be given more attention in determining candidate stance. GRNC Remember in November candidate evaluations weigh voting record more heavily than any other metric. Where available (and it might not be available for challengers who have not held office), this column indicates how often candidates' votes agree with the control group of gun owners (e.g. a "90" under "Voting Record" indicates candidate's voting record agrees 90% of the time with what was desired by control group).


"Other": Derived from evaluations of bill sponsorship, leadership willingness to hear (or not hear) legislation, etc.


"Star Eval": The evaluation is not a rating. It estimates percentage of time candidate is expected to agree with the Conservative Gun Owners. The maximum **** candidate tends to agree with conservative gun owners at least 90% of the time.


**** Expected to agree with conservative gun owners on at least 90% of gun issues

*** Expected to agree with conservative gun owners on at least 80% of gun issues

** Expected to agree with conservative gun owners on at least 70% of gun issues

* Expected to agree with conservative gun owners on at least 60% of gun issues

0 Expected to agree with conservative gun owners on less than 60% of gun issues or else candidate failed to return survey & insufficient information exists to make evaluation. Is he or she hiding something?