Search: Investments, income of your representatives
Some 5,000 public officials are required to file a Statement of Economic Interest that discloses sources of income, stock ownership and other potential conflicts of interest. Those forms are collected by the North Carolina State Ethics Commission and are a public record.
WRAL has reviewed and digitized the information filed by members of the General Assembly and statewide officials elected in November of 2012.
To find out more, click on the name of a lawmaker below. Use the search box to find out which lawmakers hold interests in an employer, nonprofit or company.
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