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State senator files bill that would defund group that spent $200,000 against him last year

N.C. Policy Watch found yesterday that the second bill of the 2015 session of the North Carolina legislature, filed by Senator Ralph Hise (R-47), would reduce the funding of the State Employees Association (SEANC), a centrist trade association that, along with its political action committee (Employees PAC), spent money to unseat Hise in last year's Republican primary election.

NC lawmaker leaves Democratic Party after winning re-election with help from GOP-leaning groups

North Carolina State Rep. Paul Tine, who won re-election in Eastern North Carolina’s District 6, recently announced he’s leaving the Democratic Party, registering as unaffiliated and planning to caucus with Republicans.

Post-election RSLC report shows continued giving from N.C. corporations

The Republican State Leadership Committee, the D.C.-based super PAC that has funded big North Carolina political spenders such as Justice for All NC, filed its post-general election report with the IRS recently. The period covers all of October and most of November. 

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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.