RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Voters can get more information about a down-ballot race for statewide office by asking questions of the major-party candidates for North Carolina secretary of state.
The North Carolina Center for Voter Education and the League of Women Voters of North Carolina organized a forum scheduled for Thursday evening in Raleigh for Democratic Secretary of State Elaine Marshall and Republican challenger Ed Goodwin.
The two candidates plan to answer questions from the audience or from those turned in electronically by email or Facebook.
The secretary of state investigates securities fraud and copyright infringements and administers the state's business record laws.
The event was slated for the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship building in west Raleigh.