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Justice for All NC spends over half a million on ad attacking Supreme Court Justice Robin Hudson

Justice for All NC, the conservative-leaning, Raleigh-based 527 group that spent nearly $1.7 million in 2012 benefiting NC Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby, is heavily involved in at least one of this year's court races as well.

North Carolina Chamber IE spends big in Supreme Court primary

The independent expenditure arm of the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce has logged two large television advertising expenditures in favor of the two conservatives in the nonpartisan primary race for Robin Hudson's Supreme Court Associate Justice seat.

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Money is flooding into North Carolina politics. Especially since the Supreme Court's 2010 Citizens United decision, which loosened rules on political spending by corporations, unions and other groups, a growing share of that election money is coming from outside groups - those not connected to a candidate or party. And often, the donors are a secret. FollowNCMoney is North Carolina's first searchable database of independent spending for state-level races. We hope this is a valuable resource for the public, journalists, policy-makers and others wanting to understand the role of money in our democracy.

Money is flooding into North Carolina politics. Especially since the Supreme Court's 2010 Citizens United decision, which loosened rules on political spending by corporations, unions and other groups, a growing share of that election money is coming from outside groups - those not connected to a candidate or party. And often, the donors are a secret.

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