A coalition calling itself Fair Courts NC just finished touring the state to bring awareness to the dangers partisanship poses in North Carolina’s judicial system.
Two contests for the state Supreme Court could decide everything from how elections are administered to reproductive rights for North Carolinians.
Over the last month, the Fair Courts NC coalition toured the state to draw attention to the destructive role partisanship has played on state courts in the last decade and to call for judicial reform.
In both state Supreme Court contests, progressive candidates have handily outraised their conservative opponents.
Trey Allen, a lawyer with absolutely no judicial experience at all, won the Republican Primary for North Carolina Supreme Court Associate Justice on May 17.
Campaign finance watchdog Bob Hall filed a complaint with the North Carolina Board of Elections against NC Supreme Court Justice Phil Berger Jr and four
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