I want to thank the Union County Senior Dems team for inviting me to join and introduce myself at your September meeting earlier. I was very impressed with the organization of your fantastic team. Together with your support we will surely see a huge blue wave this November!
Ballots are already going out! Filling it out correctly will ensure that your vote is counted and your voice heard. If you haven’t yet requested an absentee ballot, you can do so at www.ncsbe.gov/voting/vote-mail
Our campaign has received its first shipment of yard signs, and we would be very happy if you post one at your home. Click the button to request yours.
Glad to have been invited to participate in the 1st City of Monroe’s Open Conversation on Racism, with Dr. James R. Samuel. It was especially beneficial to hear the diversity of points of view regarding the changes needed that our city needs to make in order to move forward when it comes to ending systemic…
Absentee Ballots will start being mailed the first week of September. Have you requested yours? If not, you still have time to do it, and you can do it online using the new NCSBOE Absentee Ballot Request Portal, which you can access by clicking the button below.
Our postcards to voters teams have written thousands of postcards to encourage voters who sometimes skip elections not to sit this one out. Would you like to help? Click the button below to join the team.
Many thanks to everyone who donated and helped us reach our quarterly fundraising goal. Thanks to your support we are helping flip this state!
Glad to have been able to join today’s NAACP Unity March in downtown Monroe, because Black Lives Matter “Let justice roll down like a river.” Amos 5:24
On June 19th, 1865 the last remaining enslaved African Americans were finally set free in Galveston, TX, and yet the fight for equity continues to this day. That is why today we are joining the celebration of Juneteenth Freedom Day. Will you take some time to teach others about it?
Today is National Gun Violence Awareness Day. As a Moms Demand Gun Sense candidate, I am wearing orange to bring attention to the deadly intersection of racism, white supremacy & gun violence in America, where Black people are 10x more likely to die by gun homicide than white people.