The North Carolina ballot access improvement bill, HB 32, could pass the Senate this month if two conditions are met. The bill passed the House last year. If a majority of the House Republican Caucus agrees that the bill should get a vote in the Senate, and if a majority of Senators on the Senate Judiciary say they support the bill, then the Senate President, Senator Phil Berger, will bring up the bill in the Senate. Thanks to Jordon Greene for this news.
Currently North Carolina requires more signatures to get on the ballot for President than any other state except California.