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Telephone Town Hall

North Carolina Voting Rights
May 17, 2021 at 5:30 pm

Learn more about what your state legislators are doing to protect our voting rights by joining a Telephone Town Hall meeting sponsored by the State Innovation Exchange with local officials on Monday May 17th, at 5:30 pm EDT.

By joining the call, you will be able to connect directly with your representatives and local experts, learn about how they are fighting for your voting rights in North Carolina, ask questions, and discuss what we can do to take care of each other during this difficult time.

Special Guests: North Carolina Reps. Clemmons, Quick, and Harrison.

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Registration will close 3 hours prior to the event.

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FAQs

How do I attend the telephone town hall?
We’ll call the number you provided at the start of the town hall; remain on the line to join the call.

Will I get to ask a question?
Yes, you will have the opportunity to submit a question. If there is not enough time to answer your question on the call, someone can follow up with you afterward.

What if I miss the call?
If you miss the call, you should receive a voicemail message that allows you to call in directly.

Will I receive information on other ways to connect with my legislators?
Yes, lawmakers and other panelists will share office contact information and other resources.

Can I listen to this at a later time or watch it online?
Most of these events do not have an online option unless noted otherwise. You may be able to contact your legislator afterward to see if they can provide a recording of the entire event.

What if I can’t be on for the whole time?
We recommend you stay on the call as long as possible since there are various topics covered. But, if you can only attend a portion of the call, that is fine too.

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