Exposing North Carolina’s liberal/proggressive movement.

The Mapping the Left (MTL) project combines data, research and news articles to show the magnitude of the radical Left’s infrastructure in North Carolina. For decades, the liberal/progressive movement has mostly been invisible to the general public. Hiding from the “liberal” label, the well-organized progressive movement has built a network of groups that work together to push an extreme, liberal/progressive agenda that the media has failed to report upon.

Mapping The Left

Articles

State Board of Elections Announces Max Contribution Increase for 2024 elections

Early last week North Carolina State Board of Elections issued a statement announcing an automatic adjustment to campaign contribution limits,…
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North Carolina Republican Voter Registrations to Eclipse Democrats by 2029

How did voter registration in North Carolina change in 2022? What can we expect for voter registration in the state…
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Attorney General Declines to Prosecute Mark Meadows for Voting Fraud

Last spring, former North Carolina Congressman and Trump administration official Mark Meadows faced allegations that he committed voter registration fraud:…
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Lame Duck North Carolina Supreme Court May Have Just Paved the Way for Redistricting Reversal

General Assembly leaders plan to redraw state legislative districts, but their plan might not comply with the North Carolina ConstitutionThe…
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Justice Berger Channels His Inner Scalia in Voter ID Dissent

The late United State Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was justifiably famous for his sharp dissents. Justice Phil Berger Jr….
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Allison Riggs Will Likely Have a Short and Unhappy Tenure on the Court of Appeals

Gov. Roy Cooper has announced that he will appoint progressive attorney Allison Riggs to the North Carolina Court of Appeal….
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Allison Riggs’ Will Likely Have a Short and Unhappy Tenure on the Court of Appeals

Gov. Roy Cooper has announced that he will appoint progressive attorney Allison Riggs to the North Carolina Court of Appeal….
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North Carolina Democratic Party Faces Further Division Following 2022 Election Results

The North Carolina Democratic party saw significant movement in their party leadership recently, with more likely to come. WRAL’s Paul…
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Here Is a Novel Idea: Let the Constitution Decide Moore v. Harper

The U.S. Constitution grants state legislatures the power to regulate congressional redistrictingThere are different interpretations of how to define “state…
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What WRAL Gets Wrong About North Carolina’s Congressional Districts

WRAL recently came out with an editorial on Moore v. Harper, a United States Supreme Court case on who gets…
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The Civitas Partisan Index Proved Highly Reliable in 2022

The Civitas Partisan Index (CPI) is a measure of the partisan tendencies of North Carolina legislative districtsThe CPI proved to…
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A Decade of Voter Registration Changes in North Carolina

Boards of elections in all 100 North Carolina counties will soon begin their biennial list maintenance. They will collectively remove…
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