Urge Gov. Cooper to Veto Anti-Voter Bill

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The N.C. House has passed Senate Bill 326, an anti-voter bill that is now heading to Governor Cooper's desk. We need you to tell Governor Cooper to veto this bill that would obstruct North Carolinians’ freedom to engage in the democratic process by casting their votes.

Senate Bill 326 would build harsh barriers for Black, Brown, and Indigenous communities, older adults in residential living facilities, and voters with disabilities by throwing away ballots that are cast by mail on, but do not arrive before, Election Day. If this bill had been in place in 2020, over 11,000 valid absentee ballots would have been thrown away.

Tell Governor Cooper to protect voting access in North Carolina by vetoing SB 326.

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