This story includes clips of an interview with LWV-Wake president Dianna Wynn as well as video footage of the League tent at the September 7, 2019 She Changed the World event at the Capitol
The League of Women Voters, which supports the ERA, claims the amendment would give teeth to equal-pay laws and give domestic violence victims more legal protections.
“Monday night I participated in a candidate’s forum held at Glenaire. It was put on by the League of Women Voters and moderated by Katherine Brown of WRAL. My opponent was a no show and Mr. Frantz and Mrs. Bush were unopposed, so we were seated together. The three District D candidates were on the other side. Questions alternated to each set of candidates.”
WRAL's Gerald Owens moderating the Raleigh mayor and at-large candidate forum sponsored by League of Women Voters of Wake County, WakeUp, NAACP, and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. Watch the video.
Thursday's watch party was joint-sponsored by the League of Women Voters, the Capital City Lawyers Association and Advance Carolina.
The League of Women Voters of Wake County is deeply disappointed with the State Board of Elections’ decision to certify voting machines that do not rely on hand-marked paper ballots.
"A voting machine that records a voter's selection in the form of barcodes is inherently unreadable by humans and cannot be properly audited," said Dianna Wynn with the League of Women Voters.
“Public comment to the state Board of Elections, made by activists and advocacy organizations like Democracy NC and the League of Women Voters, has been favorable of Anderson’s motion.”
LWV-Wake member, Lynn Bernstein, was interviewed by Gary Pearce for the Triangle Talk Show. Listen to the podcast or watch the video of the interview as they discuss voting machines and election security.