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Public Campaign Financing in North Carolina Judiciary: Balancing The Scales

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Publication Date: June 2009

Publisher(s): Center for Governmental Studies (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Author(s): Sasha Horwitz; Jessica Levinson; Robert M. Stern; Tracy Westen

Funder(s): Rockefeller Brothers Fund

Funder(s): Rockefeller Brothers Fund

Topic: Politics (Elections and voting)
Politics (Campaigns, lobbying, and pressure groups)

Keywords: Elections; Campaigns; Public Campaign Financing

Type: Report

Coverage: North Carolina

Abstract:

Public Campaign Financing in North Carolina Judiciary: Balancing The Scales, analyzes North Carolina's judicial public campaign financing law, which provides full public financing for the general election campaigns of Court of Appeals and Supreme Court candidates who meet certain qualifications. Balancing the Scales concludes that North Carolina's judicial campaign finance program is a model of reform and could become even stronger with additional adjustments.