5/20: North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper consulted with Democrats before replacing State Board of Elections Director Kim Strach.
3/18: North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper signed legislation that will delay North Carolina's voter ID laws until 2020.
12/27: North Carolina lawmakers brought together a super majority to override the Governor's veto of the Voter ID bill.
12/19: North Carolina lawmakers used a super majority to override the governor's veto of voter ID legislation.
12/18: The North Carolina senate used their override powers to get around Governor Roy Cooper's veto of the voter ID bill.
8/21: Judges in North Carolina sided with Governor Roy Cooper that two proposed amendments to the state constitution contained misleading language.
8/4: Roy Cooper announced he would sue the North Carolina legislature to keep a voter ID constitutional amendment off the ballot in November.
Democrat expects the state legislature to pass a similar law in the near future.