Legislative Affairs

By October 7, 2018News

See a list of area events dealing with all aspects of the upcoming election.


GHWB 2018 Judicial Forum


Analyzing The Amendments: What You Need to Know for Questions on Nov Ballot

Thursday, October 11 5:30pm

NCCU Law School (640 Nelson Street, Room 102; Durham)

Forum is sponsored by the Environmental Law Society at NCCU and the local Sierra Club group.

Dates and Deadlines – Early Voting

Important voting dates and deadlines (early voting dates, absentee ballot deadlines).


Every contest across NC is covered with survey questions that range from candidate’s views on off shore oil drilling, education spending, and of course redistricting reform.  The voter simply plugs their address in and the responses from candidates appearing on their ballot pops up.
Includes bios on all the judicial candidates and a sample ballot.
Six official explanations  of each proposed constitutional amendment appearing on the November 6 general election ballot to the public on behalf of Elaine F. Marshall, Chair of the North Carolina Constitutional Amendments Publication Commission




The Durham (NC) Chapter of the Links, Incorporated Get Out To Vote!!!!

This year’s mid-term elections will choose who represents Durham County voters at the county, state and federal levels from school board to congress. It is important that our voices are heard. Every vote counts!

Legislative Issues functions a part of the National Trends and Services program facet. A primary goal of the committee is to increase civic engagement among the membership by empowering our members to engage in individual and collective actions designed to identify and address issues of public concern. The committee’s strategic vision is “Agenda Advocacy and Action:  A Pathway to Inspire, Influence and Impact Public Policy.”