Judicial Public Financing 2014 and beyond

Voter-Owned Elections provide a way for citizens without access to big donor networks to become elected officials. This proven alternative to our current big money system also reduces special interest influence on elections and policies.

Learn about why we must resurrect North Carolina's landmark judicial public financing program. 

Poll: Voters believe campaign money impact courtroom decisions

Nearly 9 out of 10 Americans think big money sway judge decisions according to a new poll released by Justice At Stake.

McCutcheon Supreme Court case could give money more say in politics

A good insight to this important case from the Insittute for Southern Studies. 


Progressive Pulse: More money, more secrecy for the high court


Democracy NC: Lawsuits Challenge Monster Elections Bill


Conservative Pollster: Republican Voters Favor Judicial Public Financing Program, Oppose Lawmakers Who Would Kill It

A new survey by a Republican polling firm indicates widespread support for judicial public financing, a program North Carolina state legislators currently threaten to cut in the upcoming budget bill.

West Virginia Leaders Come to North Carolina to Urge North Carolina Leaders to Preserve Judicial Public Financing

For immediate release.

May 20, 2013

Contact: Bryan Warner, N.C. Center for Voter Education, 919-783-8811 or warner@nccve.org

Advisory: The Conservative Argument - A Chance to Hear from Republicans on Why They Support Judicial Public Financing

Judges Not Politicians

North Carolina's fair and impartial court system is one that we can all be proud of, but our courts are under attack. Politicians in Raleigh are trying to abolish public financing for our judicial elections, forcing judges to ask wealthy special interests for money to fund their campaigns.

Help us protect our courts by signing our petition today.

Our Courts Need to Be Accountable to the Constitution & Law Not to Special Interests

An independent judiciary upholds equality and justice, preserves the rule of law and protects individual rights.  We cannot allow big monied special interests to undermine this system of fair and impartial courts and return North Carolina judges into paid for politicians. 

Winston-Salem becomes 13th municipality in NC to pass Citizens United Resolution

Winston-Salem City Council approved a resolution opposing the Supreme Court's 2010 Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission decision.

Jordan Green from Yes Weekly writes: