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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.

Voting & Elections 02.12.2018

HBCU students join thousands standing up for fair elections at 2018 Moral March

Students from seven historically black colleges and universities joined thousands of North Carolinians braving the rain to speak out for voting rights, equal rights and fair elections at the 2018 Moral March in downtown Raleigh.

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.

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