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Mon, May 13


Kent Poe Hall, WCC Ashe Campus

May Gathering featuring Common Cause NC

Common Cause NC will provide comprehensive information on voting rules, elections, and district changes, aiming to address concerns and ensure voters are ready for this important upcoming election cycle.

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May Gathering featuring Common Cause NC
May Gathering featuring Common Cause NC

Time & Location

May 13, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Kent Poe Hall, WCC Ashe Campus, 363 Campus Dr, West Jefferson, NC 28694, USA

About the event

As the 2024 elections cycle heats up, North Carolinians will be getting a heads-up on the state’s new voting rules and maps.   

On Thursday, May 16, the #UniteNC Ashe County “Ready to Vote” Community Education Training is coming to Kent Poe Hall. Members of the public can RSVP and save their seat for this 75-minute educational event at  

WHAT: #UniteNC Ashe County “Ready to Vote” Community Education Training 

WHEN: Thursday, May 16, at 6:00 p.m. 

WHERE: Kent Poe Hall (363 Campus Dr., West Jefferson, NC 28694) 

WHO: Common Cause NC will provide the latest on voting, elections, and district changes, distribute non-partisan voting resources, as well as answer attendee questions.   

From updates on major voter registration and mail-in voting changes to the specifics of the recent photo voter ID requirement, this local training is part of a 100-county #UniteNC “Ready to Vote” Community Education Tour. Powered by Common Cause NC and its state and local partners, each event will provide North Carolina voters with the latest non-partisan voting information they’ll need to navigate (and help their communities navigate) 2024 elections.  

“North Carolina’s 2023 municipal cycle made clear that North Carolinians have very real questions and concerns about new voting rules,” said Common Cause NC Associate Director Sailor Jones. “With record turnout predicted in North Carolina’s 2024 elections, and so many new and infrequent voters headed to the polls this year, it’s our job to help communities across the state make sure they are ready to vote, regardless of where — or how —they cast their ballot.”   

Media are invited to attend and document the training.

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