Why Democracy Matters - Charlotte

North Carolina Voters for Clean Elections Coalition

invite you to attend a special forum entitled “Why Democracy Matters”,

hosted  by the League of Women Voters - Charlotte

at the

Asian Herald Library

1339 Baxter St, Charlotte, NC 28204

At the heart of democracy is a simple but powerful idea: One person, one vote. But in North Carolina and across the country, new voting restrictions, growing special interest influence and politically-influenced redistricting have thrown up barriers to participation and diminished the voice of ordinary voters.

On Wednesday October 5th, a coalition of groups including N.C. Voters for Clean Elections, the N.C. AFL-CIO, Common Cause NC, Democracy North Carolina, Institute for Southern Studies, League of Women Voters, N.C. NAACP, N.C. League of Conservation Voters N.C. PIRG and NCWARN will hold a special form to highlight the need for “pro-democracy” agenda as communities across the state work to support good jobs, strong schools, racial justice and a safe environment for all.


Chris Kromm, Executive Director of Institute for Southern Studies

Rhiannon Fionn, Award Winning Journalist and Filmmaker on Coal Ash

Kaocheng Leo, Civic Engagement Coordinator for South East Asian Coalition

October 05, 2016 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Asian Herald Library
Melissa Price Kromm · 919-371-8683

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North Carolina Voters for Clean Elections
NCVCE coordinates lobbying efforts and advocacy for allies. We provide groups with speakers and research on money in politics and coordinate leadership trainings and other programs with coalition partners that highlight how private money impacts politics.