Submitted by North Carolina in November 2020.
Dear Leaguers, Tomorrow is election day! And my message to you is: Vote with urgency. Then be patient. Democracy is worth waiting for.
Submitted by North Carolina in October 2020.
Submitted by North Carolina in September 2020.
The League of Women Voters of North Carolina is marking 100 years of work toward securing voting rights of North Carolina citizens.
The same group that fought for ratification of the ERA in Virginia has come up with Vote Equality U.S. – a non-partisan, awareness-building campaign for ERA with links to candidates’ stances on the Equal Right
A statement from LWVNC President Jo Nicholas:
Submitted by North Carolina in August 2020.
Raleigh, NC, Aug.
The Policing Practices Working Group of LWVNC will be conducting a five-part program examining the interaction of communities with law enforcement.
Both Delores Johnson Hurt of League of Women Voters of Charlotte-Mecklenburg and Marian Lewin of LWVNC are quoted in Ms. Magazine.