Senator Kay Hagan

Election 2014
4:19 pm
Sun October 26, 2014

Hillary Clinton Campaigns For Senator Kay Hagan On Early Voting Tour

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton campaigns for Senator Kay Hagan during Hagan's early voting tour of the state on Saturday.
Tasnim Shamma

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton joined Senator Kay Hagan on Saturday in Charlotte on Hagan's "early voting tour."

About 2,000 people showed up to hear Clinton speak at the Charlotte Convention Center. Clinton urged women to vote and said there need to be more women like Senator Kay Hagan in Washington.

Twelfth Congressional District Candidate Alma Adams of Greensboro was the warm-up act. She said Republican extremists have taken over the state legislature. She called state House Speaker Thom Tillis an "Uncle Tom." 

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Local News
8:10 am
Fri October 10, 2014

Top Talking Points And New Discussions In Third Senate Debate

Kay Hagan, Sean Haugh, Thom Tillis
Credit Youtube

North Carolina Senate candidates met in Wilmington last night, for the final of three scheduled debates before the election. The candidates largely stuck to the talking points and attacks, which have become familiar during earlier debates and the 64,000 TV ads bought for the election.

Hagan criticized the state tax overhaul and budget, which Tillis oversaw, while Tillis hammered Hagan’s voting record as almost entirely aligned with President Obama.


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Politics
10:59 am
Thu September 4, 2014

Hagan, Tillis Stick To Talking Points During First Live Debate

Hagan and Tillis debated live for the first time on Wednesday night.
Credit Courtesy of Kay Hagan and Thom Tillis

After some $30 million spent attacking each other’s political records, Senator Kay Hagan and House Speaker Thom Tillis appeared together last night for their first live debate.


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Local News
6:30 am
Mon April 7, 2014

U.S. Senate Bill Singles Out N.C. Unemployed

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Later today, the US Senate is expected to vote on extending long term unemployment benefits.  If passed, the bill will move to the House of Representatives. And if it becomes law, it would affect North Carolina more than any other state. 


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Politics
2:31 pm
Fri February 28, 2014

Candidates Aplenty For US Senate And Sixth Congressional District

Those seeking political office had until noon today to file for this year’s election. Two races in particular are fielding a large number of candidates.  


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Local News
2:28 pm
Thu October 3, 2013

Sen. Hagan Says Partial Government Shutdown Already Hurting NC

Sen. Kay Hagan in an earlier interview with Charlotte Talks' Mike Collins.
Credit Wendy Herkey

One of North Carolina's U.S. senators says the partial government shutdown is already hurting the state in large and small ways. It's the result of House Republicans refusing to pass a once-routine budget procedure unless they can defund or delay the president's health care law.

Now Senator Kay Hagan, a Democrat up for reelection next year, says her office can't meet one of its most basic responsibilities for constituents – helping North Carolinians who call or show up with a wide variety of questions. 

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