Capital Tonight episodes

Capital Tonight Dec. 4: Bow Tie Caucus

ct_bowtie_jpgOn Capital Tonight: The Bow Tie Caucus convenes to look at the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, as he makes a campaign stop at the State Fairgrounds in Raleigh. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Dec. 3: Status of Women in North Carolina

ct1203_jpgOn Capital Tonight: A new report looks at how state laws and policies affect women in North Carolina and across the country. We take a closer look at the report with Julie Anderson of the Institute for Women’s Policy Studies and Tazra Mitchell of NC Justice Center. We look at legislative races with Sen. Mike Woodard and Rep. Charles Jeter. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Dec. 2: NC Campaign Finance Ruling

capital_tonight_02jpgOn Capital Tonight: A recent campaign finance ruling from the State Board of Elections could have a major impact on statewide races in 2016. We take a closer look at the ruling with election attorney Michael Weisel and Common Cause NC director Bob Phillips. Our Advocates Kevin Rogers and Donald Bryson keep up with who is filing to run in for the General Assembly. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Dec. 1: Candidate Filing Begins

CapitalTonight_1019On Capital Tonight: Candidate filing opens for the 2016 elections in North Carolina. We have a report from Loretta Boniti about how filed the first day, and get reactions from political consultants Doug Raymond and Brian Lewis. We also talk about new laws taking effect and leadership changes in the General Assembly with Sen. Tommy Tucker and Rep. Grier Martin. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Nov. 30: Transgender Bathroom Lawsuit

capital_tonight_01jpgOn Capital Tonight: Gov. Pat McCrory is joining a lawsuit concerning the use of school bathrooms by people who are transgender. We talk with Gregory Wallace of Campbell Law School and Sarah Preston of the ACLU about the legal ramifications. Gary Robertson of the Associated Press and Donna King of North State Journal talk candidate filing at our Reporter Roundtable. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Nov. 27: Holiday Season Outlook

Cap1127On Capital Tonight: We get an economic outlook for the holiday season with economists John Connaughton and Michael Walden. We look at North Carolina’s preparedness for natural disasters caused by climate change. And we’ll get our updates from Jones Street and the economy. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Nov. 26: Thanksgiving Program

cap_tonight_26_jpgOn Capital Tonight: It’s Thanksgiving and we look at the economic impacts of the poultry, craft beer, and wine industries on North Carolina. Plus, we get an outlook of how retailers may fare during the holiday season. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Nov. 24: Secretary of State Elaine Marshall

capital_tonight_jpgOn Capital Tonight: Secretary of State Elaine Marshall takes an in-depth look at this year’s charitable giving report. Our Insiders Chad Adams and Malcolm Graham talk about a potential primary opponent to Gov. Pat McCrory and public distrust of government. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Nov. 23: Rep. Mark Walker

ct_reporter_roundtablejpgOn Capital Tonight: Congressman Mark Walker talks about the Syrian refugee issue and other debates before Congress. Tom Bullock of WFAE-FM and Colin Campbell join our Reporter Roundtable to discuss the I-77 toll lane issue and more. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Nov. 20: Bow Tie Caucus

bowtiec_jpgOn Capital Tonight: The Bow Tie Caucus convenes! Sen. Joel Ford and Frank Hill of the Institute for the Public Trust talk about the Syrian refugee program and issues from the Government Operations Commission meeting this week. Watch the program here.