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February Meeting: Kelly Garvy & KillTheBill

February 19, 2018

At this month’s general meeting we welcome Kelly Garvy, founder of KillTheBill, who’ll speak with us about what’s going on…

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2018 Kickoff Meeting

February 2, 2018

We kicked off our 2018 Monthly General Meetings with a great crowd at Pack Library Auditorium Tuesday night. After a…

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Status of Judicial Map Redrawing and Other Judicial Issues

January 30, 2018

(2/06/18 UPDATE): The federal district judge has determined that appellate court judicial candidates should have primaries, but allowed the primary elimination…

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Status of Congressional and State House and Senate District Maps

January 30, 2018

Both the Congressional district maps and the State house and senate maps are in the courts considering gerrymandering challenges. A…

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Election Countdown Tip, Week 6: Make a Plan

There are 42 days until Election Day, Tuesday, November 8. Do you have a plan? The North Carolina State Board of Elections website, ncsbe.gov, offers a wealth of information. Are…
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Election Countdown Tip, Week 7: Sign Up to Be a Poll Worker

In light of all the attempts at voter suppression and outright attacks on elections we’ve witnessed of late, it might seem there is little that ordinary citizens can do to…
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Call for Cheri and NC Democrats

Join the North Carolina Coordinated Campaign to call voters in this critical election to help elect Cheri Beasley and our NC Democrats from Murphy to Manteo!
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Help Elect Jasmine Beach-Ferrara

Indivisible Asheville / WNC has endorsed Jasmine Beach-Ferrara to be our US Representative for North Carolina District 11, and we will be actively supporting her candidacy.
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Join #NoMooreGames Tweetstorm 8/22 for Medicaid Expansion

Join Health Action NC , and friends in a “No Moore Games!” Tweetstorm for Medicaid Expansion on Monday, August 22, from 2 to 3 p.m., to urge Speaker Tim Moore…
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