Exposing North Carolina’s liberal/progressive 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

The Sheriff vs. the Auditor: Who’s Right, and Why It Matters for Individual Liberty

The Cumberland County sheriff has sued the Office of the State Auditor over its investigation of his officeDespite the sheriff’s…
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Changes Make a Good Elections Bill Even Better

The North Carolina House Election Law and Campaign Finance Reform will hold a hearing on Senate Bill 747, An Act…
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North Carolina’s Rules for Candidates Transferring Campaign Funds from Federal to State-Level Races

Republican congressman Dan Bishop has formally announced that he will not be running for congressional office again, instead choosing to…
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No Labels Party Recognition Delay Fits Pattern of Partisanship

A new political party may be on North Carolinians’ ballots in 2024. But the Democratic Party-controlled North Carolina State Board…
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Josh Stein Misled Media On In-State Finances

North Carolina Gubernatorial Candidate Josh Stein misled the media last month on his donations to his campaign, misattributing roughly $1…
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Josh Stein Mislead Media On In-State Finances

North Carolina Gubernatorial Candidate Josh Stein misled the media last month on his donations to his campaign, misattributing roughly $1…
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2023 Mid-Year Campaign Finances:  North Carolina Statewide Candidates

North Carolina State Board of Elections campaign finance reports covering the first half of 2023 were due on July 28th,…
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How Much Would SB 747 Impact Electioneering Groups?

North Carolina’s election reform bill, Senate Bill 747, would prevent “Zuck bucks” from being used to influence electionsThe bill aims…
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WRAL Discovers Strange New Beasts Called “Election Observers”

There have been some complaints about several election reform bills being considered in the General Assembly, including a bill on…
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2023 Mid-Year Campaign Finances:  North Carolina Congressional Candidates

Saturday, July 15th, marked the due date for the latest federal campaign finance reports for those seeking office in 2024. …
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Bill Delivers Much-Needed Clarity on Election Observers

The North Carolina State Board of Elections has tried to illegally restrict election observers several times recentlyVagueness both in state…
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North Carolina Should Declare Its Independence from Touchscreen Voting

Below is a copy of my public comment submitted to the North Carolina State Board of Elections (SBE) on July…
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