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A year later, bipartisan redistricting reform bill still awaits a vote

A year ago, a bipartisan group of 39 NC House members, led by four Republicans, introduced a plan to end gerrymandering in North Carolina. Twelve months later, the bill has still not been given a vote or even a hearing.

Charlotte Reps. Beasley and Jeter make bipartisan push for fair voting maps

These two lawmakers from opposite sides of the political aisle stood together in a Charlotte-area neighborhood divided by gerrymandered voting maps to make a bipartisan case for redistricting reform.

The Year of Reckoning for Gerrymandering

With a landmark court victory and a bipartisan bill in the legislature, 2018 is shaping up to be a decisive time in the fight for fair voting maps

Poll: Majority of NC voters want nonpartisan redistricting

A solid majority of North Carolina voters want a nonpartisan system for drawing the state’s election districts, according to a new survey from Public Policy Polling.

Historic court ruling could usher in the end of gerrymandering

The decision in Common Cause v. Rucho is a game-changer in the fight for fair voting maps in North Carolina and across the nation

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