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Clients in the News
January 23, 2023

What does 2023 hold for Triangle housing market? Experts say it is ‘cooling.’

By Chantal Allam Source: The News and Observer  After two-plus years of plummeting inventory and sky-high home prices, the Triangle housing market may finally be settling down. Mortgage rates have more than doubled from the historic lows seen in 2021, resulting in slower home sales and double the number of active listings, said Matt Fowler, executive director of Triangle MLS,…
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December 12, 2022

The Sinclair Public Affairs Approach: 2022 Independent Expenditures

Sinclair Public Affairs has proven time and time again that successful independent expenditure campaigns don’t have to be negative in nature, or funded by dark money groups. Sinclair transforms this negative perception by disseminating positive media that focuses on what candidates have done for their constituents- highlighting specific and important voter interests.   This honest, strategic, and positively focused approach to…
Senator Lisa S. BarnesClients in the News
November 10, 2022

Barnes re-elected in state Senate race

By Dave Cruz Source: Rocky Mountain Telegram State Sen. Lisa Stone Barnes, R-Nash, garnered 55 percent of the vote in defeating her Democratic opponent Mark Speed, 41,502 to 34,046 votes. Barnes, 56, is a former Nash County commissioner. She was elected to the board’s District 4 seat in 2012 and served in that post for six years. In 2018, she…
Clients in the News
November 10, 2022

Shellfish growers loan program now available

By Cheyenne Pagan Source: WNCT RALEIGH, NC – Thread Capital, a subsidiary of the North Carolina Rural Center, and Array Community Development Corporation announced Friday the launch of a new loan program designed to foster shellfish aquaculture in coastal North Carolina. The Shellfish Growers Loan Program, created in partnership with the North Carolina Coastal Federation, will provide loans of up to $50,000 to qualified…
Spectrum Local NewsClients in the News
November 8, 2022

Triangle voters to decide on hundreds of millions in public spending

By Charles Duncan Source: Spectrum News The races at the top of the ballot, for Congress, General Assembly and local leaders, have been getting much of the attention ahead of the midterms. But voters around the Triangle will also decide on hundreds of millions in bonds this election. The bonds include new parks in Raleigh and Wake Forest, school funding…
Clients in the News
November 8, 2022

Voters approve three Wake County bonds for parks and school

By Kristen Johnson Source: The News & Obeserver The three bonds on the ballot in Wake County were approved by voters on Tuesday, making way for improvements to schools, parks, and the expansion of Wake Technical Community College. On the ballot Tuesday was the Raleigh Parks Bond Referendum, Wake County Public School Bond, and the Wake Tech Workforce Forward Bond.