Monthly Archive: September 2023

The NC-Purple State Myth

Sep 26, 2023 – Beyond keeping it in Legislative hands, we’ve been agnostic on the question of redistricting. By that, I mean we’ve strongly opposed any sort of “nonpartisan” redistricting commissions, but otherwise trust the lawmakers to fight it out in an effective way. Democrats and Republicans will engage in a tug of war over …

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An Open Letter . . .

Good morning, Lawmakers… I hadn’t planned to clutter your inbox, but I want you to know that NC Audit Force leadership has made an excellent point that changes my opinion. It starts with the SBE concerns over the hand counting of ballots. I originally weighed in as agnostic on a certain provision the SBE wanted …

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Possibilites for Positive Election Law Reforms (Part 4 of 4)

[North Carolina’s veto-proof Republican State Senate recently fast tracked a bill called “No Partisan Advantage in Elections (SB 749)” and sent it over to the veto-proof Republican House. On it’s surface, the bill sounds like an idea everybody could support. . . which is why we’re peeking under the hood to see what’s inside it. This …

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