The Supreme Court strikes again and this interference is some of the result. Money from 527s was funneled through Raleigh to hurt strong progressive candidates around North Carolina. Too few people know about this.
The conference will offer a choice of five workshops. More about workshops and presenters here. Workshops include
The Fayetteville Chapter of NOW held their annual meeting in August and elected a new slate of chapter officers. Read about them here.
NC NOW announces the NC National Organization for Women Political Action Committee (NC NOW PAC) endorsements for statewide offices in the 2020 General Election, and also federal NOW PAC’s endorsements in Congress. We are excited to announce our support for candidates who have demonstrated a true commitment to women through their words and/or actions. We show the PAC Endorsements on one page. They include 91 statewide endorsements from and 9 federal ones.
NOW’s National Conference will be held virtually over 3 days in 3 different months, starting on September 26, then Oct 17 and Nov 7. Our new NOW President, Christian Nunes, is presiding.
The conference theme is “Fired Up! Ready to Vote!” If you can only make one, please join us Sept 26 to vote against these bylaws changes. Find link to proposed bylaws changes here.
These are the national NOW board candidates on whom we are voting at the National Conference on 9/26/20. The Eastern and Heartland districts have uncontested elections at this time. Eastern could fit another candidate for an election after the conference. NC is in the Eastern district.
NC NOW announces NC NOW PAC endorsements for the 2020 NC General Assembly. These are the endorsed candidates for statewide legislative elections. These are organized by county.
NC NOW PAC has made over 70 endorsements for the 2020 General Election. These are the endorsed candidates for statewide judicial elections for NC Supreme Court and NC Court of Appeals.
NC NOW PAC has made over 70 endorsements for the 2020 General Election. These are the endorsed candidates for Council of State. NC NOW is excited to be able to endorse new candidates for some council of state races who are younger women and/or people of color.
The Elections 2020 bill was ratified and signed by Governor Cooper. NC needed state bill to allocate federal funds to help conduct the 2020 elections. GOP added a Voter ID requirement. Read about what that means, since there is already a lawsuit in process against voter-id provisions claiming they are racially motivated.