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Bitzer on McCrory's Preparation for the Next 100 Days

April 12, 2013
Category: Faculty, History & Politics
Catawba College professor of politics and political expert Dr. J. Michael Bitzer was recently featured on the WRAL.com website discussing Gov. Pat McCrory's plans to ignore peripheral issues, to stay away from legislative peccadilloes and spend time on his "Three Es:" economy, education and…
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Bitzer on New Local Leaders Inheriting Divisive Issues

April 9, 2013
Category: Faculty, History & Politics
Catawba College professor of politics and political expert Dr. J. Michael Bitzer was recently featured in a WSOCTV.com article discussing how new local leaders might inherit divisive issues. Bitzer said that change is part of the job."Those people that have risen to that level generally know this is…
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Bitzer on Charlotte Mayor's Decision to Not Seek Re-Election

April 9, 2013
Category: Faculty, History & Politics
Catawba College professor of politics and political expert Dr. J. Michael Bitzer was recently featured in a Winston-Salem Journal Journal article discussing Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx's decision to not run for re-election.Bitzer said Foxx will have numerous opportunities if he wants to continue in…
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Bitzer on New Legislation Cutting Back on Early Voting Days, Sites

April 4, 2013
Category: Faculty, History & Politics
Catawba College professor of politics and political expert Dr. J. Michael Bitzer was recently featured in a WSOCTV.com article discussing how new legislation might cut back on early voting days and voting locations. Bitzer said it could be an attempt at saving money. "It certainly could reduce the…
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Bitzer: Proposed Bill for Established State Religion

April 4, 2013
Category: Faculty, History & Politics
Catawba College professor of politics and political expert Dr. J. Michael Bitzer was recently featured in several local and national articles discussing the proposed bill for establishing a state religion in North Carolina.Read the stories below:House Speaker: State religion resolution is dead, will…
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