Longleaf Podcast

7 Episodes

The Longleaf Podcast is a production of Longleaf Politics, the smartest way to follow North Carolina news and information. In each episode, we'll dive into a hot topic in N.C. politics — in 20 minutes or less. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/longleaf-politics/support

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Episode 007: How Indivisible NC is working in Southport

August 16th, 2018

We speak with Martha Johnson, who created the Indivisible NC affiliate in Southport — called Southport Indivisible - Stepping Forward. We go under the hood of the left-leaning grassroots organization that's seeking great…

Episode 006: Campaign strategy with Jim Burton

August 10th, 2018

We speak with Jim Burton, owner of Burton Research and Strategies and former N.C. House caucus director, about how candidates can effectively communicate on important issues, how 2018 messaging will differ from 2016, and…

Episode 005: Politics and law with Brent Woodcox

August 1st, 2018

We speak with Brent Woodcox, special counsel to the North Carolina General Assembly, about how things are done differently under Republican control, whether the court system is unusually prominent in today's political la…

Episode 004: On the campaign trail with Chad Stachowicz

July 24th, 2018

We talk with Chad Stachowicz, a Charlotte tech company founder and CEO and the Democratic candidate for N.C. Senate District 39, about why he decided to run for office and what he's hearing as he knocks on doors around t…

Episode 003: Can Charlotte become a political town?

July 20th, 2018

Charlotte was just awarded the 2020 Republican National Convention, but the city is much better known for business than politics. Longleaf Politics publisher Andrew Dunn talks with Charlotte political consultant Lawrence…

Episode 002: What a 2020 RNC in Charlotte would be like

July 17th, 2018

Longleaf Politics publisher Andrew Dunn speaks with Matthew Ridenhour, a Republican county commissioner in Mecklenburg County and a two-time delegate to the Republican National Convention, about what it would mean for Ch…

Episode 001: Things to watch as 2018 elections heat up

July 13th, 2018

Longleaf Politics publisher Andrew Dunn is joined by Charlotte Republican political consultant Lawrence Shaheen and Democratic campaign manager Tonya Jameson to talk about the 9th Congressional District race, grassroots …
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