The Black Ballot

There was no scapegoating or boogeyman, only affirmative statements about North Carolinians.

Concerned voters should ask Beasley about the facts related to her record, not narratives that seek to distort her tenure.

After making history as the first Black woman Chief Justice of The Supreme Court of North Carolina, Cheri Beasley has set her sights on the U.S. Senate in hopes to fill the space left by Vice President Kamala Harris, as there are currently no Black women senators.


Democratic incumbent Chief Justice Cheri Beasley requested the recount after fewer than 500 votes separated her and Republican Paul Newby in the North Carolina state Supreme Court chief justice election.