Apparently a lot of people are confused about voting on the Mecklenburg County machines because there are too many candidates running in the school board race that they don’t fit on a single page. Listen Here:

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools district is asking voters to approve $2.5 billion bond package despite abysmal performance at actually educating kids. Plus, a look at key races around the US today. Listen Here:

One of the closest races on the ballot tomorrow is Charlotte City Council District 6, where the candidates have different approaches to fighting the rise in panhandling and public defecation and urination. Listen Here:

A rundown of the local races in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area. Listen Here:

Construction on Charlotte’s 485 interchange onto 85 will begin no later than 2025. Vince takes calls on the upcoming project. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken calls for “humanitarian pauses” by Israel. Plus, Faith Focus Friday. That and much more on The Vince Coakley Radio Program. Listen Here:

A mailer went out to Huntersville voters calling four candidates “dangerous Democrat activists.” And while the framing of the news report suggests this is not true, the candidates admit in the story that it is. Listen Here:

Rallies in support of the 230+ hostages taken by Hamas are planned in Charlotte and Greensboro this Sunday. Meanwhile, a Hamas official promises a million more October 7th massacres. Plus, the Soviet origins of Palestinian nationalism propaganda. Listen Here:

Paul Jamison joins the program to discuss Pawsitively Matthews this weekend and the troubled housing market. Listen Here:

Carolina-based companies rank among some of the best in the country. Republicans in Kentucky are attempting to change their messaging on abortion, by steering away from the term, pro-life. Plus, Faith Focus Friday. That and much more on The Vince Coakley Radio Program. Listen Here:

A new survey shows a 135% increase in road rage shootings since 2018. Listen Here: