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Anatomy of a North Carolina Gerrymander

Michael Li, Peter Miller, Gina Feliz Brennan Center for Justice
A new congressional map takes the Tar Heel State from having one of the fairest maps in the country to its most biased — and voters of color are among the big victims.

North Carolina’s Devastating New Abortion Ban and the Fight Ahead

Billy Corriher Slate
North Carolina has been here before. From 2013 through 2018, Republicans had a veto-proof supermajority in the Legislature. They engaged in a series of power grabs. North Carolina’s citizens can rally to save the state’s democracy once again.

With Ads, Imagery and Words, Republicans Inject Race Into Campaigns

Jonathan Weisman New York Times
Running ads portraying Black candidates as soft on crime — or as “different” or “dangerous” — Republicans have shed quiet defenses of such tactics for unabashed defiance. For the Trumpers it was always about all about race.

Time for the Big October Push To Beat the Right

Eddie Wong Convergence Magazine
The heat is on: Early voting has started. MAGA candidates are running strong. It’s not too late to get involved. Increasing numbers of votes for Democrats in battleground states helps lay the groundwork for more sweeping victories later. Here’s how.
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