North Carolinians have the longest voting period in the country. We have three safe and easy options for voting — by mail, in-person early voting and in-person Election Day. Social distancing guidelines, including wearing a mask, will apply for all in-person voting to keep each other protected from #COVID19. Excited for people to participate in our democracy. Have you made your plan to vote yet?https://cnn.it/3btSYho
As we head into the most critical election of our lifetimes, we must ensure that everyone eligible to vote is able to do so safely. Join me along with Representative Robert Reives II, Allison Dahle — NC House 11, Jay Chaudhuri — NC Senate, and Allison Riggs from Southern Coalition for Social Justice to discuss protecting and strengthening the right to vote. Monday, September 14, 2020 at 5 PM ET Register here for this important discussion: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_1Jn1yfOATp-p5GoY8ggDcA
Seniors have earned Social Security over their lifetime of hard work, and we need to protect and strengthen the economic security so many North Carolinians depend on. The next generation has many competing financial obligations and will benefit from stabilizing Social Security. Tax cuts skewed to millionaires irresponsibly increases the deficit at a time when we need investments in retirement security for seniors, health care, education, and infrastructure. Deborah Ross will pursue a responsible budget in Congress that meets the needs of North Carolinians of every age and help ensure a secure retirement for us all. Join NC02 Democratic Candidate
Governor Cooper’s endorsement is a huge vote of confidence in our grassroots movement. Governor Cooper is a strong leader who has worked tirelessly to keep North Carolinians safe throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
This administration has left our public schools with no guidance and no funding for safely reopening. Instead of meeting with our public school teachers, students, and parents, @Mike_Pence is once again using #NC02 for a photo op to push for school privatization. We must get our schools the resources they need, whether it’s PPE to reopen safely or broadband access to fulfill the promise of a sound basic education for every child. Political photo ops cannot replace real leadership. NC’s schools and students deserve better.