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The League of Women Voters of Northeastern North Carolina is an all-volunteer, nonpartisan, grassroots organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. We work to increase understanding of major public policy issues and to influence public policy through education and advocacy.  There are many ways to get involved locally.  Volunteer to register voters, work toward fair redistricting, help provide voters with election information through voter guides, check out our Action Alerts and so much more!  Join our group and help us as we empower voters and defend democracy.

The League of Women Voters of Northeastern North Carolina recently partnered with the nonpartisan group Common Cause NC to sponsor two voter information events, one in Elizabeth City and one in Hertford.  Learn more about our efforts to #UniteNC at the Daily Advance articles linked below:

Daily Advance Feb 2024

Daily Advance UniteNC


What Happens After You Vote in North Carolina?  This all-new 2024 edition of our popular and informative “What Happens After You Vote in NC” series walks you through exactly what happens to your ballot after you vote.  Don’t miss it!

Vote 411 Election Information

How to Register Voters in North Carolina in 2024, from the League of Women Voters

There have been a lot of changes in North Carolina in the past year, so if you or your group is interested in helping to register new voters this year, be sure to check out these videos below.  There’s a “long” one (6 minutes) and a short one (3 minutes); both are so worth your time.


We have a variety of sizes and colors of these beautiful V-neck t-shirts available for only $20.  Commemorating the 100-year anniversary of women’s right to vote, these shirts feature a print of the suffragists’ mural located at the Museum of the Albemarle in downtown Elizabeth City.  Designed by Savannah Nash and painted by Jessica Kimbra, the mural depicts and honors suffragists from Northeastern North Carolina, including Annie Jones (Pasquotank County), Elsie Riddick and Annie Holland (Gates County), Lillie Blake (Bertie County), Minnehaha Etheridge Brooks (Dare County), Louise Lassiter (Northampton County), and Lida Tunstall Rodman (Beaufort County).  What a great way to support your local League of Women Voters — and the t-shirts make great  gifts!  

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