Contact Debbie at Debbie.email@example.com if you plan to march with us.
Click on COMMUNITY EVENTS for more information about the Charlotte Pride parade or general info about the parade can be found at https://charlottepride.org/parade/
To Register for the Reasonable Redistricting Reform Workshop click here: Register
Download the brochure here: Redistricting Reform Workshop
Click on CIVICS 101 for more information.
Registration is on a first come first served basis and costs $60.00. Registration is complete when payment is received AND the online registration is completed.
If you prefer to send a paper registration, you can download the form here:
Download the Flyer here: CANDIDATES' FORUM
CO-SPONSORS: League of Women Voters Charlotte Mecklenburg, Charlotte Women's March, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Communidad Collectiva, National Organization for Women, Charlotte Black Women's Caucus, Latin American Leadership-Civic Engagement Committee, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense, Health Care Justice NC, YWCA Central Carolinas, UP Charlotte, MomsRising, Muslim Women of the Carolinas
The official League shirt is available at Big Frog Custom TShirts in Charlotte. You can order here at http://lowvbigfrogshirt.bigcartel.com/ for $13.35 plus tax. ($15 for 2x size).
Click on the shirt to start the process. Big Frog will arrange shipping for a fee (call 704-919-0038) or pick it up at their store in Ballantyne, 3429 Toringdon Way.
Dollar for Dollar, your tax deductible donation to LWVCM for the VOTE411 program will be matched up to $4,000.00 between June 7 to Sept. 15, 2018!
Click on DONATE TO US to contribute or mail checks to:
LWVCM 1817 Central Ave. #210 Charlotte, NC 28205
Questions: contact Delores Johnson Hurt at 704-355-0054 or Beth Springston at 704-661-4425
Former District Court Judge Nancy Black Norelli headlines the Annual Meeting of the LWVCM, discussing issues facing the judiciary, such as judicial redistricting and how state budget cuts have affected the system. Judge Norelli was one of the memorable speakers at the January Silent March in which the League participated protesting the proposed judiciary gerrymandering. Judge Norelli, first appointed in 2000 and then elected for two terms, presided over 60 civil jury trials; 1,000 Family Court matters, including equitable distribution, divorce, alimony, child custody and support, 300 juvenile cases and 7,000 DWI cases during her time on the bench. An often honored judge, she is a past president of the Mecklenburg County Bar and has served as a director since 2010 and vice chair since 2016 of Legal Services of the Southern Piedmont.
You can read the President's 2018 State of of the League Address here: 2018 State of the League Annual Meeting Address