Anita Earls, a Durham Democrat and civil rights lawyer who has challenged NC lawmakers redistricting plans, voter ID law and election restrictions, is campaigning for a seat on the NC Supreme Court.
Anita Earls, a Durham Democrat and civil rights lawyer who has challenged NC lawmakers redistricting plans, voter ID law and election restrictions, is campaigning for a seat on the NC Supreme Court. N&O file photo
Anita Earls, a Durham Democrat and civil rights lawyer who has challenged NC lawmakers redistricting plans, voter ID law and election restrictions, is campaigning for a seat on the NC Supreme Court. N&O file photo
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She’s fought gerrymandering and voter ID. Now she wants a NC Supreme Court seat.

November 15, 2017 10:36 AM

UPDATED November 16, 2017 04:05 PM

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