WHERE WE WERE
PRE 2018 ELECTION
In 2011 North Carolina Republicans drew themselves into a supermajority in both the State House and the State Senate using gerrymandered legislative districts. They did the same to our Congressional districts in the state. The result has been extreme policies that benefit the few and hurt many of our friends and neighbors in North Carolina. Sadly, we've been living under these gerrymandered districts ever since.
In 2018 the NC House welcomed 19 new members and flipped 10 seats BLUE
WHERE WE ARE
POST 2018 ELECTION
The 2018 election was a big victory for North Carolinians. Last November, the people of this state sent a strong message - we want balanced, honest, and fair policy. Despite running in gerrymandered districts, Democrats were able to break the supermajority in both the State House and State Senate. Now we are just a few seats away from taking back the gavels in both chambers and getting North Carolina back on track.
In 2018 the NC Senate welcomed 7 new
members and flipped 6 seats BLUE
WHERE WE'RE GOING
THE 2020 ELECTION
Election year 2020 is for all the marbles! Because 2020 is a U.S. Census year, new legislative and Congressional maps will be drawn in 2021. If Republicans maintain the majority after this next election, they will undoubtedly continue drawing districts that allow them to pick their voters rather than voters picking their legislators. But we are only 5 seats away from taking the majority in the Senate and 6 seats away in the House.