Protecting clean drinking water. Expanding clean energy. Slowing down climate change. That’s what Anita Earls is fighting for – and that’s why we need her on the North Carolina Supreme Court. As a civil rights litigator, Anita has fought for environmental justice. In addition, she’s ready to continue her fight for civil rights and voting rights on the state Supreme Court.
To find your polling place:
Go to: https://vt.ncsbe.gov/PPLkup/
Any registered North Carolina voter can vote early from Wednesday, October 17, until Saturday, November 3. To look up an early voting site near you visit https://vt.ncsbe.gov/ossite/
To vote in North Carolina, you need to bring a current and valid photo identification or a copy of something that shows the name and address of the voter — like a utility bill or bank statement. If you need to check, the list of acceptable documents is here: https://www.ncsbe.gov/voter-registration/voter-id-req
Vote by mail
The last day to request a ballot by mail was Tuesday, October 30. But you can still vote early or in person!
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