What's New in NC Money

Recent reports show spending supporting and opposing pro-fracking candidates

Recent reports posted on the NC State Board of Elections website show state legislative candidates who support hydraulic fracturing are seeing significant money spent supporting and opposing them by outside groups.

RSLC continues receiving NC contributions, funds NC super PAC

The Republican State Leadership Committee's July FEC report shows more receipts from North Carolina companies such as the state's biggest donor to the group, Reynolds American. Reynolds gave over $50,000 to the RSLC last month, bringing its yearly total to nearly $427,000 and over $1.1 million this election cycle. Bank of America added $25,000, which makes its total to the RSLC about $100,000 for 2013-14. 

Justice For All NC's second quarter report reveals $900,000 ad campaign against Robin Hudson

Justice For All NC's second quarter report, released today, shows $899,000 towards an attack ad against Robin Hudson, which aired during the period leading up to the May 6 primary.

Site last updated: 5:46 pm., September 22



The following table lists all non-party, non-candidate expenditures in North Carolina state-level races. Click on the headers to sort by group, date of expenditure, the affected race or candidate, or the amount. Click here or email us for more info.