The Voting Rights Advancement Act (VRAA) restores and modernizes the original protections of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (VRA). The goal of the legislation is to combat the influx of discriminatory voting requirements that states have enacted that disproportionately prevent minorities, the elderly, and youth from voting.
Tell NC Senators to pass the VRAA
- Email your Senators using our Action Alert.
- Call your Senators and ask them to support and pass the Voting Rights Advancement Act. You can use this call script as a guide.
- Tweet at your Senators (find sample posts & graphics here)
- Participate in our Twitter Storm between 2-3pm ET (find sample posts & graphics here)
Additionally, here are VRAA talking points and a brief history of the VRAA to help you.
Senator Tom Tillis
- Tweet: @SenTomTillis
- Call (Washington, DC Office): 202-224-6302
- Call (High Point Office): 336-885-0685
- Fax (Washington, DC Office): (202) 228-2563
- Fax (High Point Office): 336-885-0692
- Email: https://www.tillis.senate.gov/email-me
- Message on Facebook: https://facebook.com/SenatorThomTillis
- Message on Instagram: @SenThomTillis
- Mail (Washington, DC Office): 113 Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510
- Mail (High Point Office): 1840 Eastchester Dr. Suite 200 High Point, NC 27265
Senator Richard Burr
- Tweet: @SenatorBurr
- Call (Washington, DC Office): 202-224-3154
- Call (Winston-Salem Office): 800-685-8916, 336-631-5125
- Fax (Washington, DC Office): (202) 228-2981
- Fax (Winston-Salem Office): 336-725-4493
- Email: https://www.burr.senate.gov/contact/email
- Message on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SenatorRichardBurr/
- Message on Instagram: @SenatorBurr
- Mail (Washington, DC Office): 217 Russell Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510
- Mail (Winston-Salem Office): 2000 West First Street Suite 508 Winston-Salem, NC 27104