What happens when you don’t vote? People who don’t share your values are elected to office!

Your voice is your vote. Exercise it whenever you can on the issues that matter to you, your family, and your community.

Whether it’s your schools, the park you walk your dogs in, the roads you drive on, public health issues, the air you breathe and the water you drink, or our economy, our elected officials are making many decisions that directly impact our daily lives.

There are a number of reasons people may decide not to vote, but the end result is a government that does not represent our views, or listen to us when we come to them for support on an issue. This needs to change.

Registering to vote


Important voting dates in North Carolina

Tuesday, June 7th: U.S. House of Representatives Primary Election

Friday, September 9th: Absentee Voting By Mail Begins for General Election

Friday, October 14th: Voter Registration Deadline for General Election

Thursday, October 27th: One-Stop Early Voting Begins for General Election

Saturday, November 5th: One-Stop Early Voting Ends for General Election

Tuesday, November 8th: Election Day 2016

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