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Some of Most Effective Legislators in Both Parties Won’t Be Back, Says N.C. Policy Center

News - 04/21/2016

Today, the North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research releases its biennial report  Rankings of Effectiveness, Attendance, and Roll Call Voting Participation for the North Carolina General Assembly .   This year’s rankings mark the 20 ...

2016ncgarankingspress.pdf

File attachment - 04/20/2016

2016ncgarankingspress.pdf 2016 NC Legislative Rankings Press Release 1 NEWS RELEASE Some of Most Effective Legislators in Both Parties Won’t Be Back, Says N.C. Policy Center With a supermajority of more than 60 percent in the state legislature, Repub ...application/pdf icon application/pdf attached to: Some of Most Effective Legislators in Both Parties Won’t Be Back, Says N.C. Policy Center

A look back at the Center's research on improving voter participation

Blog entry - 07/31/2015

  In light of the current court case challenging changes to NC elections laws, we take a look back at the Center's work on increasting voter participation in North Carolina.   The Center first published research on ways to increa ...

Bridging the Divide for Millennials: Turning Social Media Engagement into Civic Engagement

Blog entry - 03/12/2015

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New Numbers on Civic Engagement in North Carolina

Blog entry - 04/23/2015

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Almost Half of State Legislative Seats Already Decided

Blog entry - 07/16/2014

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The Evolving Face of Polling

Blog entry - 02/08/2014

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nc_voter_turnout.pdf

File attachment - 07/25/2013

nc_voter_turnout.pdf NC Voter Turnout Table NATIONAL RANKINGS IN VOTER TURNOUT, PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS, 1988-2012 Year % Turnout of Voting-Eligible Population National Rank 2012 64.6% 11 2008 65.5% 22 2004 57.8% 38 2000 50.7% 37 1996 46.3% 43 ...application/pdf icon application/pdf attached to: Last Minute Changes to Voter ID Bill Would Undermine N.C. Voter Turnout Gains

Last Minute Changes to Voter ID Bill Would Undermine N.C. Voter Turnout Gains

Blog entry - 07/25/2013

Tonight, the N.C. Senate passed on 2nd reading a Committee Substitute for House Bill 589 that adds at least 7 new election law provisions to the bill, which originally was solely a voter photo ID bill.   The changes will, among other things, reduce ...

Gubernatorial Team Ticket

Blog entry - 07/17/2013

The House Elections Committee recently converted House Bill 436, which originally proposed an amendment to the N.C. Constitution, to a bill requiring a study of a gubernatorial team ticket. If the bill becomes law, the Joint Legislative Elections Oversi ...