In 2002, North Carolina became the first state in the nation to enact public campaign financing for our judicial elections. The program dramatically reduced the amount of special-interest cash in our state court elections and allowed judicial candidates to spend more time reaching out to voters, instead of wealthy donors.
But in 2013, the legislature suddenly repealed this highly successfully program, going against the will of North Carolina citizens and the judicial community.
Join the effort to restore public campaign financing for our judicial elections to protect the independence and integrity of our courts.
Help us restore judicial public financing
Join our effort to restore North Carolina’s successful public campaign financing program for judicial elections so that we can protect the independence and integrity of our courts.