Details emerge about N.C. Supreme Court race super PAC

from the Institute for Southern Studies website:

Details about a big money player in North Carolina’s closely-watched election for a state Supreme Court justice have been brought to light after months of his operating in the shadows.

The N.C. Judicial Coalition, a so-called super PAC, was launched by prominent Republicans in April 2012 to support the re-election of conservative justice Paul Newby.

But the group has been skimpy in its campaign finance disclosures: The coalition’s second-quarter filing wasn’t received by the State Board of Elections until Oct. 9, and it reported zero income and expenses.

But a new filing with the Internal Revenue Service this week [pdf] has revealed several new details about the Coalition

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