Approved Agenda Items:
2018 - 2019 Program
The LWVODC Board recommends that the 2018-2019 Program concentrate on the following local activities, which are consistent with the LWVUS Campaign for Making Democracy Work®: Voting Rights, Improving Elections, and Redistricting.
Our Voter Services Action Team will continue working to expand voting rights, to ensure that existing pro-voter laws are being followed, and to challenge all efforts that limit voters' ability to exercise this basic right. Voter Services will also work to improve the voting experience, expand early voting, and improve polling place management in Orange, Durham, and Chatham Counties.
The Fair Elections Action Team (FEAT) will continue its work to educate voters about the impact of redistricting on fundamental voting rights and inform them about the status of LWVNC's various legal actions challenging racial and partisan gerrymandering at the state and federal levels.
The LWVODC Board further recommends that existing Action Teams continue their work for 2018-2019.
2018 - 2019 Elected Officers
President: Krishna Mondal, Orange County
Vice President: Patricia McDaniels, Chatham County
Secretary: Tara Fikes, Durham County
Treasurer: Cynthia LaMaster, Durham County
Nominating Committee Chair: Pamela Oxendine, Durham County
Elected Board Members to serve 2018-2020
Joal Broun, Orange County
Kathleen Wright, Durham County
Current Elected Board Members serving the second year of 2017-2019:
Amy Jeroloman, Orange County
Jennifer Rubin, Durham County
2018-2019 Nominating Committee Chair: Pam Oxendine
LWVODC sound system and microphone, LWV banner. Contact Brenda.email@example.com if you need a sound system for your League meeting
1. A Brief Guide to NC Courts
2. LWV Join Now The logo can only be used on official LWV documentations.
3. LWVODC 101: Power Point presentation to new members.
4. LWV Logo
5. League of Women Voters Education Fund Clearinghouse contains studies and research conducted by League members. Visitors may download and print the documents. League members may submit documents for this site
Voter Service Information
1. LWVUS Voter Information - Face to Face: A Guide to Candidate Debates answers all the questions about debate sponsorship in detail.
2. LWVODC Candidates Forum Agreement: Rules and Format, updated Sept. 2013
5. Sample Candidate Letters and Candidate Questions from 2009 Chapel Hill Voters' Guide
6. Guidelines for Registering Voters slideshow. Note: The slide referencing voter requirements is no longer correct due to the US Supreme Court's support for the Fourth Circuit Ruling. See information about Statement regarding Fourth Circuit Ruling
The League of Women Voters of Wake County has asked ODC Leaguers to assist them in voter registration of new citizens at the naturalization ceremony held every Friday at 10 am and a second one at 2 pm. The USCIS facility is on the edge of the Wake-Durham County lines off of Miami Blvd. at 301 Roycroft Drive, Durham, NC 27703. Packages with voter registration forms are provided by USCIS. Volunteers assist new citizens in completing the forms and collecting them. Betty Ellerbee from LWV-Wake will have a Wake Leaguer assist in the afternoon session to collect the forms and return them to the NC Board of Elections in Raleigh within the period as required by law. Please respond by email to Brenda Rogers at Brenda.firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 919-968-0833.