#OutToVote; 30 Days of Action

#OutToVote; 30 Days of Action

Whether we're in the streets or in our homes, Equality North Carolina is #OutToVote and we hope you'll join us -- we can't win this fight without you!
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Voter FAQ

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2020 Census: Have You Filled It Out?

2020 Census: Have You Filled It Out?

With the Trump administration shortening the census deadline, Americans only have until September 30th to make sure that they -- and their loved ones -- are counted.

Featured Candidates

Allen Wellons, Senate District 11

Allen Wellons, Senate District 11

Born and raised in Smithfield, NC, Allen Wellons has made a career as a family farm manager and practicing law. For six years he served in the North Carolina Senate where he supported public education, workforce training, and agriculture policies that helped boost exports and strengthen North Carolina farm communities. He is a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill and holds a Juris Doctorate from NC Central University School of Law. His priorities include investing in our public schools, expanding workforce training programs, and recruiting new high-wage jobs.

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Wally White, Senate District 30

Wally White, Senate District 30

Wally White, an openly LGBTQ candidate and Rockingham County native, is challenging Senate Majority leader Phil Berger. He’s committed to serving the community and working hard. Nowhere are these values more apparent than from his past career in film and television, as well as his current vocation as a minister. He’ll bring his hardworking values and broad experience to bear if selected for the General Assembly. His priorities include supporting public education, expanding Medicaid, ending gerrymandering, and helping small business and economic development.

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Aimy Steele, House District 82

Aimy Steele, House District 82

Combining her passion for education and leadership, Aimy Steele most recently spent her days as an elementary school principal in Concord, North Carolina. She is passionate about public education and working with children. Her experience in the day-to-day operations of public schools has allowed her to gain a hands-on understanding of the issues and challenges existing in the local school system. Aimy is an advocate for public education including free preschool for all children ages 3-4 and education that ensures opportunities for high-skill jobs in an increasingly competitive workforce.

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Recent News

Cancer survivor pleading for help with health insurance 'angry and hurt' over Tillis staffer's response

Cancer survivor pleading for help with health insurance 'angry and hurt' over Tillis staffer's response

A three-time cancer survivor who reached out to U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis for help with her health insurance dilemma said that she got an insensitive response from a staffer instead.

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Frances Jackson supports Medicaid expansion, education, secure health care for women

Frances Jackson supports Medicaid expansion, education, secure health care for women

Frances would like to see all North Carolinians have access to adequate healthcare and supports women’s safe, secure, comprehensive healthcare and Medicaid expansion.

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'Her personhood transcended the Supreme Court': NC Chief Justice reflects on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy

'Her personhood transcended the Supreme Court': NC Chief Justice reflects on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy

The loss of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is still being felt across the nation, including in North Carolina.

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