North Carolina’s campaign finance laws: a toothless mockery in backslide.

February 13, 2024
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North Carolina’s campaign finance laws are being undermined by backsliding and toothless enforcement, according to an op-ed by Rob Schofield in NC Newsline. Schofield highlights the decline in efforts to combat corruption in the state’s political system, noting that campaign finance irregularities and rule-skirting have become more common. He points to examples such as violations of campaign finance laws by Lt. Governor Mark Robinson and the questionable real estate deals of Sen. Phil Berger and House Speaker Tim Moore. Schofield argues that these actions, which would have elicited public outrage and investigations in the past, are now dismissed as small potatoes. He calls for increased scrutiny and action to address these issues.

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