Find your County BOE and contact them for info on their upcoming meeting.
This year’s elections face unique challenges. COVID-19 has not only changed the way we vote in North Carolina, but it also delayed 2020 Census data which impacted our 2021-2022 municipal elections. In 2021, we witnessed hundreds of voter roll removals, legislative attempts to change election administration rules, and new county board membership, all which impact voters’ ability to make their voices heard.
In 2022, we must come together to monitor our local elections to not only protect democracy, but to defend voter freedoms for every North Carolinian, no matter the political stripe.
We provide everything you need to prepare you to be a BOE Monitor, including:
From there, we can work directly with you to ensure North Carolinians have access to safe in-person voting, a smooth vote-by-mail experience, and eliminate any barriers to voting.
NOTE: Due to COVID, no monitors are required to attend in-person meetings or events. Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns.
Once we learn more about the timeline of our Municipal Elections, we’ll begin work on advocating for strong Early Voting plans!
Given the importance local decision-making on your county’s Early Voting plans, it is vital to have Early Voting advocates like you advocating for better Early Voting in every election year. Please watch the training video below to learn more about what you can do.
Questions? For more information about how to advocate for better Early Voting Plans, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 888-OUR-VOTE.
Email email@example.com to share new information related to your County BOE’s meeting schedule and results. Questions? For more information for how to advocate for better Early Voting plans, call 888-OUR-VOTE.
Use this handy guide to help you advocate for better Early Voting plans, including what to watch and ask for.