Follow the Money

Follow the Money

As a follow-up to Livable Raleigh’s previous blog, “Show Me the Money”, about the development community money spent in the 2019 City Council election, this time we look at the specifics for individual Councilors.

The case for Recalling Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin

The case for Recalling Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin

The event that pushed Livable Raleigh over the edge and forced us to initiate this Recall was the Mayor's Power Grab to add an extra 8 months to her term in office by moving the next City Council election from Oct 2021 to Nov 2022 to handle the census delay while the...

New THANK YOU Gifts are here

New THANK YOU Gifts are here

You now have a choice of Thank You gifts when you donate. Our new PROTECT DEMOCRACY T-Shirt For a minimum donation of $15, you may select this T-shirt. 100% Cotton in unisex sizes: Medium, Large & Extra Large This fall's must have fashion statement!Our redesigned...

Clyde Cooper’s Barbeque joins the Recall Effort

Clyde Cooper’s Barbeque joins the Recall Effort

Clyde Cooper's Barbeque, a Downtown Raleigh institution since 1938, has joined the effort to Recall Mayor Baldwin!Livable Raleigh now has a permanent location in Downtown Raleigh where you can sign the recall petition. Clyde Cooper's Barbecue will have petitions...

It’s Never Too Late to do the Right Thing.

It’s Never Too Late to do the Right Thing.

Bob Geary, resident of Raleigh’s District D and member of the Wake County Housing Justice Coalition, delivered the following remarks about this Council's move of the next City Election to Nov 2022 at the City Council meeting on August 17: Mayor and Council – I suspect...

What if Mayor Baldwin was a Republican?

What if Mayor Baldwin was a Republican?

I recently submitted a letter to the editor about Mayor Baldwin and her pattern of undemocratic behavior. The News & Observer deleted my main points (in red), and left just my partisan comments. With that heavy edit, the N&O should have titled my LTE “What if...