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Voting & Elections 02.8.2024

Officials remind residents of important deadlines before presidential primary election

“We’re currently holding a series of community education events all around the states to talk about the new election laws that were passed," said Tyler Daye with Common Cause North Carolina.

Voting & Elections 01.14.2024

Not just president, governor: NC’s 2024 elections to bring high stakes, broad political turnover

The state Supreme Court race is as important as the governors' race to the future of this state, if not more,” said Gino Nuzolillo, an organizer with Common Cause North Carolina, a group that advocates for anti-gerrymandering and ethics reforms. “It should get way more attention.”

Voting & Elections 10.20.2023

Local organizations to host town hall in Winston-Salem on issues impacting democracy and education

Gino Nuzzolillo, the campaigns manager at Common Cause North Carolina, explained what inspired the tour. "Because so much that is so consequential has taken place in the General Assembly this year, and there has been relatively so little opportunity for members of the public through like formal hearings and formal public events to really say what's on their mind, we and these organizations we’re working with are trying to fill that void," he said.

Voting & Elections 09.24.2023

In North Carolina, Republicans Seek More Control Over Elections

The legislation “will leave us with county and state boards that can gridlock,” said Ann Webb, the policy director for Common Cause North Carolina, which opposes the measures. “And in this political environment of hyperpartisanship, we fully expect that they will gridlock.”

Voting & Elections 09.9.2023

GOP effort to reshape state elections board passes North Carolina House

Ann Webb, the policy director for Common Cause North Carolina, said she is troubled by a nightmare scenario where voters in a large county like Mecklenburg would have to funnel into just one early voting sit

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