This piece originally ran in the Daily Tar Heel as a guest editorial on April 1st.
I believe everyone should vote, and I believe voting should be easy and convenient. Unfortunately, that doesn't seem to be the recent direction that we are going in North Carolina. Last year, the N.C. General Assembly severely restricted the ability of residents to vote. It cut the number of days of early voting, limited the ability of out-of-state students to cast ballots and did away with one-stop registration during early voting.
Orange county commissioner candidates forum hosted by orange Chatham sierra club Wed 3/26/14 7pm-9pm Carrboro Town Hall Hope to see ya there. Gary Kahn
Orange County Justice United, the United Voices of Efland, and Orange County Habitat for Humanity are holding the following, very timely, event:
The Reconnecting Communities Team of Justice United will hold a disaster and recovery planning event in Efland on March 29. Join community leaders from Efland, and supporters from Carrboro and Chapel Hill, at the Efland Cheeks Community Center (117 Richmond Rd, Efland) on Saturday, March 29, from 1:00 - 2:30 pm.
Hosted by Justice United, the United Voices of Efland, and Orange County Habitat for Humanity, this event will kick off a series of community led initiatives to bring together local churches, businesses, and residents in developing a disaster plan for the area.
More information is available here: Press Release, Poster.
Saturday, March 29, 2014 -
1:00pm to 2:30pm
Efland Cheeks Community Center (117 Richmond Rd, Efland)
It appears that as far as I can see on the political scene that there is a civil war here in orange county between liberal democrats and conservative republicans. Where are the moderates of both parties. Which of the current candidates of either party declare that he or she is a moderate liberal democrat or moderate conservative republican . Perhaps I might declare I"M a moderate liberal republican. Gary Kahn
The Hillsborough installment in a Town Hall series featuring five stops in Chatham and Orange Counties. The session will feature a brief statement by Senator Foushee on
her agenda followed by time for question and answer as well as public comment.
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 -
7:00pm to 9:00pm
Orange County Public Library, 137 W. Margaret Lane, Hillsborough
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