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Featured Candidates

Deb Butler, House District 18

Deb Butler, House District 18

Rep. Butler rocketed into the national spotlight last year with her viral “We will not yield!” speech on the North Carolina congressional floor. An Out Elected and former board member of Equality North Carolina, Butler is committed to helping build a better North Carolina for all of our communities, having proven time and again that she will show up and show out for us.

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Sydney Batch, House District 37

Sydney Batch, House District 37

Rep. Batch won her district in 2018 after a very difficult race. She’s served her time in office while battling breast cancer, and will continue to push through life’s hardships while fighting for our communities at the NCGA. Rep. Batch’s priorities include public education, protecting our environment, affordable healthcare, higher wages, affordable housing, broadband expansion and access to substance abuse treatment.

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Kim Hardy, House District 43

Kim Hardy, House District 43

With a background in social work, the needs of vulnerable North Carolinians have always been at the heart of Kim Hardy's work. An assistant professor at Fayetville State university, Hardy beat out incumbent Elmer Floyd for House District 43 in the March 2020 primaries. Now up for the general election in November, Hardy would be a new voice of wisdom and compassion for Cumberland County in the years to come.

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Recent News

NC’s tight Senate race could be key to controlling chamber. COVID has pushed it online.

NC’s tight Senate race could be key to controlling chamber. COVID has pushed it online.

North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race between Republican Sen. Thom Tillis and Democratic challenger Cal Cunningham is being shaped — like so much else these days — by the coronavirus pandemic.

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North Carolina expands online voter registration options because of COVID-19 outbreak

North Carolina expands online voter registration options because of COVID-19 outbreak

North Carolina is making it easier to register online to vote or to make registration changes through the Division of Motor Vehicles.

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19 People of 2019: Deb Butler

19 People of 2019: Deb Butler

INDY Week

Deb Butler knew something was amiss the second she took her seat on the House floor.

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