College affordability? Healthcare? Taxes? The environment? Other issues that affect the communities your nonprofit serves?
Whatever your reason for voting, make sure your voice is heard in this election. Join us and Common Cause NC for an early voting happy hour on Monday, October 22, in Durham and cast your ballot. If you haven’t registered to vote yet—not a problem! Same-day voter registration will be available.
We’ll meet at Bull City Ciderworks in Durham at 5:30pm, where Common Cause NC will be able to answer any questions you may have about the voting process. From there, it’s a short walk to the Board of Elections office, where early voting will be available until 7:00pm. After voting, we’ll return to Bull City Ciderworks for free pizza from Pie Pushers, drinks, and trivia. We’ll have a free drink ticket for the first 50 participants and prizes for trivia winners!
If you can’t vote with us or want to vote earlier in the day, don’t worry. We’ll be there until at least 7:30pm and you’re free to join us at any time.
We hope you’ll join us for fun and early voting on October 22!
Learn more & RSVP at: https://www.facebook.com/events/2219853431578142/.
Please note: only those who reside in Durham County will be able to vote at the Durham County Board of Elections early voting site.
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