Capital Tonight episodes

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.

Capital Tonight Oct. 14: Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane

cap_tonight_14_jpgOn Capital Tonight: Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane talks about her goals for her third term, growth in the capital city, and development of Dix Park. Our Advocates Mitch Kokai and Kerra Bolton take on the US Senate race as Democrat Deborah Ross joins. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Oct. 13: Weather Impact on State Agriculture

CT_1013_FULLOn Capital Tonight: It’s been a tough year for North Carolina farmers. Larry Wooten of Farm Bureau and Richard Reich of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services talks how the state’s top industry may take a hit this year. Our Insiders Brian Lewis and Doug Raymond look at Council of State races, Rep. Renee Ellmers’ primary troubles, and the gubernatorial race. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Oct. 12: Roy Cooper Announces Run for Governor

capital_tonight_12jpgOn Capital Tonight: Attorney General Roy Cooper announces his run for governor in 2016. Joe Stewart and Frank Hill analyze the 2106 gubernatorial race. Rick Henderson of Carolina Journal and Tom Bullock of WFAE-FM join Tim Boyum at the Reporter Roundtable. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Oct. 9: Bow Tie Caucus

captonightfull109jpgOn Capital Tonight: The Bow Tie Caucus convenes! Rep. Charles Jeter and Sen. Joel Ford join Loretta Boniti to discuss the legislative long session and more. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Oct. 8: Rev. William Barber

NAACPOn Capital Tonight: NC NAACP President Rev. William Barber joins us to preview the civil rights organization’s state convention this weekend. Lawmakers Buck Newton and Jeff Jackson break down the legislative long session. Watch the program here.