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

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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SB 749: The Good and Bad of North Carolina’s proposed board of elections changes

Senate Bill 749, “No Partisan Advantage in Elections,” passed along party lines in the North Carolina  Senate and now moves…
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How Much Would the Senate Elections Bill Actually Impact Voters?

The proposed changes to mail-in voting would have minimal impact — in 2022, 99.8% of all ballots were in by…
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House Will Likely Join Senate in Batting Down Compelled Speech Veto

Here are some questions: Should government agencies train employees to believe that one race or sex is inherently superior to…
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Alabama Racial Gerrymandering Case Will Likely Have Little Impact on North Carolina

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Alabama’s congressional map was a racial gerrymanderThe totality of several racial gerrymandering cases creates…
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Public Statements on Two Election Reform Bills

I offered public comments on two election reform bills before the North Carolina Senate Redistricting and Elections Committee on June…
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State Board of Elections Wants Funds to Update Aging Computer Systems

The North Carolina State Board of Elections uses two computer systems to manage data such as campaign fiance reports, voter…
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