Capital Tonight episodes

Capital Tonight Oct. 28: Gov. McCrory Signs Immigration Law

cap_tonight_28_jpgOn Capital Tonight: Gov. Pat McCrory signed a controversial immigration bill into law that limits the use of IDs and bans sanctuary cities in the state. We talk about the effect of the law with El Pueblo director Angeline Echeverria and Wake County Sheriff Donnie Harrison. Our Advocates Donald Bryson and Kevin Rogers look at the use of issue ads in the 2016 races. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Oct. 26: Margaret Spellings and the UNC System

cap_tonight_26_jpgOn Capital Tonight: Now that the UNC Board of Governors has selected Margaret Spellings as the next president, many wonder how she will run the 17-campus system. We ask Sarah Brown of the Chonicle of Higher education and former UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor James Moeser. Sarah Ovaska of NC Policy Watch and Erik Spanberg of the Charlotte Business Journal join our Reporter Roundtable. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Oct. 23: Bow Tie Caucus

cap_tonight_23_jpgOn Capital Tonight: The Bow Tie Caucus convenes! Dr. Michael Bitzer of Catawba College and former NC Supreme Court Justice Bob Orr discuss the selection of Margaret Spellings as the new UNC president, and the politics of the Benghazi hearing. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Oct. 22: Rep. Leo Daughtry

ct1022_jpgOn Capital Tonight: Rep. Leo Daughtry, (R) Johnston County, talks about his decision to retire from the General Assembly in 2016 and his experience serving in the State House and Senate. Communications guru Billy Warden looks at who is hot and who is not in the 2016 presidential election. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Oct. 21: UNC President Search

captonight_21_jpgOn Capital Tonight: The search for the next UNC president is nearing an end, but it has been a rocky process. We talk with Jane Stancill of the Raleigh News & Observer and Rick Henderson of Carolina Journal about the issues. Our Advocates Sam Spencer and Tyler Cralle talk about Vice President Joe Biden’s decision not to run for president. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Oct. 20: Attitudes of Millennial Voters

CT1020On Capital Tonight: Political observers are looking at the attitudes of Millennial voters ahead of the 2016 election. Joe Stewart of the NC Free Enterprise Foundation and Rebecca Tippett of Carolina Demography join us in studio. Our Insiders Chad Adams and Morgan Jackson talk the gubernatorial race. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Oct. 19: DC View of NC Races

CapitalTonight_1019On Capital Tonight: Kyle Kondik of Sabato’s Crystal Ball gives us a national outlook of North Carolina’s statewide races in 2016. Gary Robertson of the Associated Press and Pat Gannon of NC Insiders looks at why some young lawmakers are not running for re-election in 2016. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Interview: Money in Politics

money_politics_jpgCapital Tonight Anchor Tim Boyum talks about money and politics and the potential impact on civil rights with State Sen. Floyd McKissick (D-Durham), Chris Kromm with the Institute for Southern Studies and John Bonifaz with Free Speech for People. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Oct. 16: Dan McCorkle and Larry Shaheen

bowtie_caucus_jpgOn Capital Tonight: After a week of announcements of who’s in and who’s out in the 2016 election, the Bow Tie Caucus wraps up the week in politics. Democrat Dan McCorkle and Republican Larry Shaheen join host Tim Boyum to debate the highs and lows of the week. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Oct 15: Dr. June Atkinson

CapT1015On Capital Tonight: We sit down with NC Superintendent of Public Instruction, June Atkinson and also chat with State Reps. Duane Hall and Craig Horn. Watch the program here.