Voter outreach and engagement will be even more important this year, especially as we gear up for another election cycle. The backlash of misinformation and voter suppression over the past few years means that we can’t let up. This year we are focusing on advocacy and accountability, especially as the NC General Assembly has already attacked reproductive rights and is trying to gut public education, attack voting rights, gerrymander voting districts for partisan advantage, interfere with local school boards, strip away executive powers, further weaken gun safety, and more. If you aren't already part of the Indivisible AVL family, please join us. Stay in touch with our weekly email, join us for monthly letter-writing events, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. We need all hands on deck as we face an out-of-control supermajority in the state legislature.
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