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NC TRUSTED            ELECTIONS tour

August 30 - October 6, 2022

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Town Halls
Tuesday, Aug. 30
6:30-8pm
Wake Forest, NC
The Corner & Meeting House of Wake Forest
Wednesday, Aug. 31
6:30-8pm
Smithfield, NC
Historic Courtroom in the Johnston County Courthouse
Wednesday, Sept. 7
6:30-8pm
New Bern, NC
Tryon Palace, Cullman Performance Hall
Thursday, Sept. 8
6:30-8pm
Edenton, NC
Historic 1767 Chowan County Courthouse
Tuesday, Sept. 13
6:30-8pm
Charlotte, NC
​UNCC McKnight Hall (Cone Center)
Wednesday, Sept. 14
6:30-8pm
Belmont, NC
Gaston College, Kimbrell Auditorium
Thursday, Sept. 15
6:30-8pm
Albemarle, NC
Albemarle Neighborhood Theatre
Monday, Sept. 19
7-8:30pm
Statewide (Online)
Virtual Event on Zoom
Tuesday, Sept. 20
6:30-8pm
Asheville, NC
A-B Tech Community College, Ferguson Auditorium
Wednesday, Sept. 21
6:30-8pm
Hickory, NC
Hickory Metro Convention Center, Conover Room
Thursday, Sept. 22
6:30-8pm
Wilkesboro, NC
The Stone Center for the Performing Arts
Tuesday, Sept. 27
6:30-8pm
Southern Pines, NC
Sandhills Community College, Owens Auditorium
Wednesday, Sept. 28
6:30-8pm
Greensboro, NC
International Civil Rights Center & Museum, Auditorium
Monday, Oct. 3
6:30-8pm
Wilmington, NC
Cape Fear Community College, Union Station Building Auditorium
Thursday, Oct. 6
6:30-8pm
Hillsborough, NC
The Cloth Mill at Eno River
 
SPEAKERS
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A bipartisan group of individuals and organizations have come together to form the North Carolina Network for Fair, Safe, & Secure Elections, a grassroots project initiated by The Carter Center with a mission to create healthy dialogue and build consensus around election security and voting access in our state.

 

Recognizing an urgent need to enhance trust in our elections, the network is hosting the Trusted Elections Tour, a series of 14 town halls across the state – one in each congressional district – to provide information on the electoral process, build trust in our voting system, and strengthen civil discourse.

 

These 90-minute town halls will feature cybersecurity experts, election officials, and election law attorneys from both sides of the aisle. They will address public concerns about electronic voting machines and hacking, explain the secure process for collecting and counting votes, and advise on how challenges, recounts, and fraud allegations are dealt with through proper legal channels.