Press Releases

Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced North Carolina has surpassed initial electric vehicle registration goals two years early in yet another indication of the major shift in underway for American drivers, and emphasizing the need for the state to rapidly increase access to electric charging infrastructure.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced one judicial appointment to the Superior Court and one District Attorney appointment.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced that Lt. Gen. Walter E. Gaskin is stepping down on April 1 as Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (NCDMVA) after years of strong service to North Carolina. The Governor has appointed former NC House Representative and current US Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manpower & Reserve Affairs, Grier Martin, as Secretary.

Following his declaration of 2024 as the Year of Public Schools, Governor Roy Cooper is illustrating the risks the extreme Republican voucher plan poses to children and public schools, where more than 8 in 10 North Carolina children attend school .

Duotech Services, LLC, an engineering company that specializes in the repair and maintenance of legacy defense equipment, will expand its operations in Macon County, creating 95 jobs, Governor Roy Cooper announced today. The company plans to invest $6.5 million in Franklin.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited Hall Fletcher Elementary School as part of “The Year of Public Schools” education tour.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper hosted a Women’s History Month celebration at the Executive Mansion and honored women in state government.

SCHOTT Pharma USA, Inc., a global leader in manufacturing drug containment solutions and delivery systems for the pharmaceutical and biotech industry, will establish a new production facility in Wilson County, creating 401 jobs, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper honored the North Carolina State University Women’s Cross Country Team for winning the 2023 NCAA Cross Country National Championship.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced three judicial appointments to North Carolina District Courts.