Voter Registration Site Launched
Special Report - March 25, 2008
As part of our ongoing effort to promote civic responsibility and involvement, the North Carolina Family Policy Council has launched its 2008 Voter Registration project. The purpose is to provide information for pastors, church leaders, and others who want to help citizens have the opportunity to vote in both the May 6 primary election and the November 4 general election.
The 2008 Voter Registration Kit is an information booklet that includes a letter from our president, important voting dates, frequently asked questions about the NC Board of Elections voter registration form, contact information for each of North Carolina’s 100 county boards of elections, and a copy of the North Carolina voter registration form. Church leaders and other citizens are encouraged to download the Voter Registration Kit (PDF) and use it to carry out a successful voter registration drive in their church or organization. Churches and other non-profit groups are allowed by law to conduct voter registration drives. This kit gives you the information you need to conduct such a drive in a legal and successful manner.
The Council is also working on a 2008 Voter Guide, which will be a nonpartisan and impartial source of information on candidates running for office in North Carolina. The Council will post a digital version of the 2008 Voter Guide before the primary election. A print version will be available before the general election.
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