See what events are coming up across the state to aid the faith community in educating and engaging voters.
“I HAVE COME TO THIS PLACE FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS.’” – ESTHER 4:14
Democracy North Carolina is a resource for faith communities seeking to educate and engage their members in civic life. We provide a wealth of resources to help congregations with voter registration drives, voter education efforts, get out the vote campaigns, issue education, and more. Read more about and attend local events to aid the faith community in educating and engaging voters here.
We recruit Faith Ambassadors – points of contact in faith communities statewide – to help join a statewide network of thousands to lead this charge. This coordinated effort is nonpartisan, unaffiliated with any political party or candidate, and supported by top leaders of the state’s major faith denominations as well as the North Carolina Council of Churches.
Western/Western Piedmont NC Faith Consultant
Rev. Rebecca Warren
Northeast NC Faith Consultant
Southeast NC Faith Consultant
Central Piedmont NC Faith Consultant
Rev. Antoinette Joiner
Women’s Voter Consultant
Minister Corine Mack
This year, Democracy NC and the NC NAACP are engaging hundreds of faith centers and their members as part of a coordinated, nonpartisan effort to overcome voter confusion and increase voter turnout. In the process, we’re recruiting Ambassadors to help their congregation’s members update their voter registration, learn new voting rules – and vote.
Sign up below to become a point person in your congregation to help voters in 2016!
PLEASE NOTE: In the “organization” field, please enter the name of your faith center or house of worship!
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“From voter registration drives to get-out-the-vote campaigns, Faith Ambassadors like Ruth Christie of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Asheville are helping their faith communities make their voices count!” — Democracy NC
“From voter registration drives to get-out-the-vote campaigns, Faith Ambassadors like Brodie Allen of Biltmore Baptist Church are helping their faith communities make their voices count.” — Democracy NC