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Bringing Change to North Carolina

In 2020, more than a million eligible voters of color didn’t vote in North Carolina: nearly half of eligible Latinx, 40+% of eligible Asian Americans, and a third of eligible black voters.

Join us on December 2nd as Rep. Ayanna Pressley moderates a discussion with three powerhouse women whose grassroots organizations are working across race and class to at the local level to bring real change to peoples lives and strengthen democracy.
This is a fundraising event so take out your credit card!

Are you a member of a Giving Circle? Donate Here

All donations are tax-deductible.
Your donation serves as your registration for the event.
The link to the zoom event will arrive via email on December 1st.

This event is co-sponsored by Lean Left and several out-of-state groups working on behalf of NC voters.


Time to Make Some Good Trouble

Let’s make sure Congress passes the Freedom to Vote Act, which will rein in corporate interests, end partisan gerrymandering, and protect our freedom to vote. Calls and texts to constituents continue—it’s more important than ever that they contact their members of Congress and ask them to support the Freedom to Vote Act.


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Lean Left Vermont works to elect Democrats and Progressives in key states around the nation. We empower Vermonters to engage in strategic, targeted actions that will flip congressional and state-level seats from red to blue, or keep seats blue.

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