NC NOW Legislative Update – 15 Jun 2020 – Pandemic Elections Bill

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.

Great Turnout At Lame Duck Special Session & Related Events on 11/27/18

Turnout was great at the events surrounding the lame duck special session called by the NC Legislature months ago in anticipation of being able to implement some or all of the constitutional amendments they created. Many organizations worked together to expose what they are doing and get people out to contact them and bear witness. Here are pictures of the day’s events.

Resistance Plans for Lame Duck Legislative Session beginning 11/27/18

Known plans for lame duck legislative session which begins on 11/27/18, in Raleigh. Events are in and around the Legislative Building at 16 W. Jones St, as specified.

What’s Next With Constitutional Amendments in NC (2018)?

What we can do to mitigate damage leading up to and during the lame duck legislative session with regard to the four constitutional amendments that were passed in the midterm elections on 11/6/18. We have 3 weeks.

Honest Captions for Six Constitutional Amendments #NixAllSix

Citizens are OUTRAGED at the latest power grab by the #ncga leadership. The#NCGA leadership called a special session on 7/23/18 to take place on 7/24/18 to usurp the job of a real commission to write captions for the 6 constitutional amendments that they put on the ballot! Just the captions! An activist friend provided honest captions they should use! Outraged citizens were there to greet the NCGA, including NC NOW members, women, young people, and children with moms.