Over the last 2 weeks LWV-Dare coordinated and conducted 4 Candidate Forums in 4 towns. In total the LWV had 22 participating candidates and more than 270 folks in attendance. Below are links to Video for the 4 Forums.
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In North Carolina, three separate cases are challenging the 2016 remedial congressional plan, which the North Carolina legislature adopted to replace an earlier plan that the courts struck down as a racial gerrymander. In two of the cases, the district court will hold trial starting October 16.
Did you know that for every 1 percent increase in unemployment in the US, opoid overdose death rates rose by nearly 4 percent. Another study showed that U.S. counties with the lowest levels of “social capital”—a measure of connection and support that incorporates factors including people’s trust in one another and participation in civic matters such as voting—had the highest rates of overdose deaths.
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When you join the Dare County League, you automatically become a member of LWV North Carolina and LWV of the United States. You will receive their publications along with the newsletter from the Dare County League of Women Voters called LWV Dare County Voter which is usually published 5 times each year . You will have the knowledge that you are adding your voice to a powerful force of members from all 50 states, Washington DC, the Virgin Islands, and Hong Kong.