JUSTICE DOWN the Ballot
KEY VOTING DEADLINES
Early Voting Period
Same Day Voter Registration
5 p.m. Deadline to Request Absentee Ballot
Drop-Off Absentee Ballot to County BOE by 5 pm
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Justice on the Ballot
The 2020 election is about more than just electing the next President, it’s also about electing candidates that will directly impact our state and local governments, and uplift OUR issues.
Aligned with our mission to build Black political power and empower voters, Advance Carolina has developed this resource to inform voters of the elected offices on the 2020 ballot across the state of North Carolina.
The Favored 5
Chief Justice - NC Supreme Court
Judge Cheri Beasley is the 29th Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court – and the first African-American woman to serve as Chief Justice of the state’s highest Court. As Chief Justice, she’s responsible for making sure every North Carolina court has the tools they need to run smoothly.
NC Court of Appeals Judge
Judge Lora Cubbage serves as Superior Court Judge in District 18A in Guilford County (NC). Her role on the NC Court of Appeals – Seat 5 is to review the proceedings that occurred in a trial court for errors of law or legal procedure, and decided questions of now — not questions of fact.
NC Court of Appeals Judge
Judge Reuben F. Young was appointed to serve on the NC Court of Appeals Judge – Seat 7. His role on the Court of Appeals is to review the proceedings that occurred in a trial court for errors of law or legal procedure, and decided questions of now — not questions of fact.
NC Lieutenant Governor
Representative Yvonne Lewis Holley currently serves constituents in the 38th District of the North Carolina State House. As Lieutenant Governor in North Carolina, she will act as president of the North Carolina Senate and has the unique role to work on both the executive and legislative side.
NC Commissioner of Labor
Wake County Commissioner Jessica N. Holmes is running to become the next North Carolina Commissioner of Labor to continue her advocacy for workers and use her understanding of rural and urban challenges to create training and job opportunities for all North Carolinians.
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