Updates

Make a Plan to Vote Early!

Thursday is the start of In-Person Early Voting! Not registered to vote? You can register to vote and vote at each Early Voting site. Check out my video below and make a plan to vote.

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Incredible Candidates on the Ballot in North Carolina

There are so many incredible candidates on the ballot in North Carolina, including my friend Yvonne Lewis Holley for Lt. Governor. Check-out more information about her and be sure to support her this election: https://www.yvonnelewisholley.com/

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Deadline Extended

The deadline has been extended until October 31 to fill out the #Census. Go to mycensus2020.gov and be counted.

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Two Weeks away from the start of in-person Early Voting

Voters are already casting ballots by mail, and we are just TWO WEEKS away from the start of in-person Early Voting on October 15! Find your nearest Early Voting site in Wake County and make a plan to vote: http://www.wakegov.com/electi…/info/early/Pages/default.aspx

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First 2020 Presidential Debate

Thrilled to be tuning in tonight at 9 p.m. to watch Joe Biden in the first presidential debate. We need a leader who will fight for all people to provide affordable healthcare, get our country back to work, and protect our retirement security. Excited for #BidenHarris2020.

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Voter Protection Training

It is on all of us to participate in our democracy. Sign up for Voter Protection Training and help ensure that everyone’s vote counts at the ballot box. https://www.mobilize.us/nc2020victoryvp/?tag_ids=1501

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American Business Women’s Day

The devastation from #COVID19 and its accompanying recession has impacted our small businesses and workers greatly. On #AmericanBusinessWomensDay, I’m reminded of all the work we still must do to help, especially those disproportionately affected. Our workers and small business owners are the core of the American economy, and we must stand by them. I look forward to continuing to work together and fighting for them in Congress.

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