North Carolina’s tax system was outdated and volatile. Despite the growing risk of a budgetary crisis, every attempt by the General Assembly to modernize the tax code over the last decade had failed.
The North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (NCACPA) recognized that it could significantly improve chances of passing meaningful tax reform legislation if it found a way to educate and engage voters.
Read our new case study on how Eckel & Vaughan used online tools, media relations, and grassroots advocacy to help voters understand the urgent need for tax reform and to take action.
Want to learn more about our voter education strategy? Give our Director of Client Services a call at 919-858-6914 or shoot us an email.