Five former North Carolina governors and six former chief justices apparently still have some clout.
They’ve all publicly opposed two of the six proposed constitutional amendments on November’s ballot. And a new survey shows many influential North Carolinians agree.
In fact, the survey for The Influencer Series shows opposition to all six of the amendments, much of it along party lines.
Sixty N.C. leaders in education, politics, business and advocacy were asked about the amendments as part of a series for The Charlotte Observer, The News & Observer and The Herald-Sun. Thirty-six responded.