Drive Public Awareness of the Need for Fair Maps

We are sharing this Action alert from All On the Line NC: Recent polling shows that a majority of North Carolinians – including Republicans – support efforts by the courts to ensure that maps are fair and constitutional. But the politicians who drew these gerrymandered maps are already spinning their own narrative in an effort…

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Ask Gov. Cooper to VETO Anti-Voter Bill S725

Senate Bill 725, part of an insidious policy package aimed at eroding decades of voter freedoms, has finally reached Governor Cooper’s desk. This bill would undermine North Carolinians ability to safely cast their ballot, particularly in emergencies and PARTICULARLY in small and rural counties across the state. Thanks to your efforts, Gov. Cooper vetoed Senate Bill 326 this week. Will you ask him…

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URGENT: Act Now to Stop Gerrymandered Maps

Just a few days ago the Republican-led Redistricting Committee released some very bad gerrymandered maps for North Carolina’s Congressional Districts and State House and Senate Districts. These maps will likely be voted on within the next week. It is CRUCIAL that everyone submit public comments objecting to the proposed maps ASAP. Public comments become part…

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Duke Rate Hike Comments Needed by June 30

During this time of Covid-19, when people have lost jobs and many are food insecure, it is inappropriate for Duke Energy Progress to ask for any rate increase, much less a 14.3% increase. Because of the virus, the NC Public Utilities Commission extended its period for pubic comment to June 30. It is essential for…

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Last Chance for Public Comments on Redistricting!

Head’s up! The N.C. General Assembly’s Joint Select Committee on Congressional Redistricting will meet on Wednesday at 10 a.m. to take in-person public comments on the newly-drawn Congressional maps. Those of us in WNC can contact the Redistricting Committee through their online portal here. So take action and speak up TODAY! This final public meeting…

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