North Carolina Lawmakers have proposed amending NC’s constitution to require a yet-to-be determined type of ID for all future elections – and then letting the politicians decide what kinds of ID are allowed. Basically, that means that these politicians want to be able to pick and choose who gets to vote.
You MUST vote in 2018. Voting is the gateway to every other issue, and any change you may want to see in your community, your state, or your country.
I was asked the question, “For what and why are you an activist?” My answer is, I am an activist for fair elections because in order to get the change we want to see in […]
I am writing from North Carolina to ask for your help defending our right to vote by opposing Trump nominee Thomas Farr’s appointment to be a Federal Judge in the Eastern District of North Carolina. […]
The answers to some common questions about gerrymandering.
Do you have questions about the “Special Master” who may help redraw North Carolina’s legislative districts?
If so, I have some answers!
I keep thinking about this article. I guess the answer is that the “old racist whites from those civil rights photos” are still here.
NC legislators want you to think our electoral process is under attack, and it is – but they are the ones attacking it.
North Carolina voters must play an active role in redistricting reform if we are to have fair maps in North Carolina. The only path for redistricting reform goes through the North Carolina state legislature – which means NC voters must demand fair districts from candidates and representatives.
North Carolina has had gerrymandered voting districts maps held to be unconstitutional since 2011. And today the Supreme Court again had nothing to say about it.
( ( But hey – why should the Supreme Court care? It is just our basic constitutional rights, civil liberties and ability to have fair elections at stake! So what if our state legislature want to spray hog feces on us and run over us with cars?) )