2020 Overview In 2018, Future Now Fund helped to break the supermajority in the North Carolina House and we’re proud to have helped to hold the line in both the House and Senate in 2020. With unprecedented voter turnout and the right motivated to control the state legislature for another ten years, Future Now Fund helped successfully hold the immense ground gained since 2016 while building infrastructure and momentum for future races and gaining ground in the NC Senate. FNF-endorsees won ten seats in the State House, including two newly-elected representatives and two flips in the State Senate. While these wins prevented regained supermajorities, incumbent losses led to a net pick-up of only one Senate seat. 2020 Election Highlights FNF-endorsees Representatives Brian Farkas and Ricky Hurtado flipped two seats in the House to keep the supermajority out of reach of the right by just three seats. Incumbent FNF-endorsed Representatives Rachel Hunt, Brandon Lofton, Wesley Harris, Kandie Smith, James Gailliard, Terence Everitt, Julie von Haefen, and Ashton Clemmons were re-elected to Raleigh. In the Senate, FNF-endorsees clean air advocate Senator DeAndrea Salvador and nonprofit leader Senator Sarah Crawford also flipped their seats. They prevented a supermajority in the Senate by just two seats. Six FNF-endorsees over-performed Biden by more than 1%.