The most fundamental concept of democracy is the idea that government exists to secure the rights of the people, and must be based on the consent of the governed – and that is us. We must demonstrate that we believe that our community, and our fellow Americans, are worth standing up for.
Our freedom, our liberty depends upon three fundamental elements: a free press; free speech; and free and fair elections. Remove any one of the three, and America will no longer be the “land of the free”.
I was asked to give a talk about the Amendments – and I was told to keep it under 5 minutes. So I’m not going use fancy words to explain – This is a time […]
NC: Everything you need to know to vote absentee, vote early, or vote on Election Day – including information for people displaced by Hurricane Florence.
Fighting for the right to vote is the STORY OF AMERICA. The right to vote is the most fundamental right because every issue that people care about – local, national, world – is affected by the actions of elected politicians.
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 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.
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.