The League has asked the Wake County Board of Commissioners to write a letter to the Board of Elections in support of funding Early Voting. The League further requests that the County Commission agrees to provide funding for as many sites as possible and that Saturday and Sunday voting is available at all sites throughout the entire early voting period.
The League of Women Voters of Wake County strongly opposes the reintroduction of the requirement to present a photo identification in order to vote in North Carolina.
An independent judiciary is a cornerstone of our governmental system of checks and balances. As such, the League of Women Voters of Wake County believes that judicial maps should never be motivated by partisan politics, unnecessarily rushed, or largely drawn behind closed doors.
The League of Women Voters of Wake County has produced a nonpartisan guide with information about the candidates seeking election to the Raleigh city council.
The League of Women Voters of Wake County has produced a nonpartisan guide with information about the candidates seeking election to the Cary town council.
RALEIGH, NC - The League of Women Voters of Wake County’s Timely Topics luncheon will feature Dr. Mandy Cohen, Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).
The Town of Knightdale candidate forum is October 5th at 7:00pm at the Knightdale Town Council Chamber. The forum is cosponsored by the League of Women Voters of Wake County, WakeUp Wake County, and the Omicron Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.
RALEIGH, NC, August 25, 2017 - The League of Women Voters of Wake County is dedicated to encouraging Wake County residents to vote in the upcoming municipal elections. This September the League will sponsor candidate forums for both the Raleigh and the Cary municipal elections.
RALEIGH, NC, August 14, 2017 - The League of Women Voters of Wake County will celebrate Women’s Equality Day by recognizing women who were elected and currently serve in state and county offices, on city councils within Wake County and in the judiciary. The reception begins at 5:30pm on Thursday, August 24th.