Black Voters Support Fight for a Better Budget

The NCBA sponsored a survey by PPP of African American likely voters July 17-18, 2019. The results indicate overwhelming support for a state budget that expands Medicaid to more North Carolinians and increased pay for teachers. The NCBA often surveys African American voters in an effort to understand constituents’ opinions on key issues and policies. The results are then shared to guide outreach strategies and voter education efforts.

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Too frequently, our country’s  homeless citizens are negatively impacted by natural disasters and healthcare pandemics such as the one we are facing now. Our State has a responsibility to guarantee housing for all. @NC_Governor, we demand immediate action.
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