"The arms race for money that drives our campaigns threatens the concept of one person, one vote."
2013 All Partner Annual Mtg with Special Guest Speaker Judge Sam Ervin, IV
NC Voters for Clean Elections’ Annual Meeting will be held Thursday December 13th from 2 to 5pm, at the NC Association of Educator's building, 700 South Salisbury Street in Raleigh. Court of Appeals Judge Sam Ervin IV, will open our Annual Meeting with remarks about the importance of an independent judiciary and his experience this past election.
2013 is just around the corner and we have a lot of work to do. We will be putting forth legislative, grassroots and money in politics research plans for 2013. It is important for your organization to attend and have input.
Please plan on having at least one (if not two or three!) representative from your organization attend this meeting. Please RSVP to email@example.com
And after the Annual Meeting…a little fun!
NCVCE PRESENTS: More Voters – Less Big Money
Featuring: "Go, Granny Go" with Barbara Bates Smith as Granny D and the premier of NCVCE’s documentary Your Voice, Their Money: Who Should Government Serve?”
On Thursday, December 13th, “Go, Granny, D,” the touring show highlighting the story of “Granny D” Haddock, and featuring actress Barbara Bates Smith and her musical accompanist Jeff Sebens, will be presented by NC Voters for Clean Elections at 5:30pm at NC Association of Educators Bldg, 700 S. Salisbury Street, Raleigh. Tickets are $20 per person, $30 per couple.
“Granny D,” a ninety-year-old in 2000, was considered a national heroine as she completed a walk from Los Angeles to Washington DC to bring attention to campaign finance reform. Her memoir, “Granny D,” compiled from her journals, was praised by supporters such as John McCain, Jimmy Carter, and Bill Moyers. Espousing “You’re never too old to raise a little hell,” she continued bipartisan election reform efforts, including a countrywide voter registration drive, before her death in 2010.
For tickets or more information RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (919) 371-VOTE.