A People's Hearing on House Bill 200 (Nonpartisan Redistricting)
On June 5, North Carolina citizens will have a chance to voice their support for fair voting maps during a public hearing at the legislature in Raleigh

People's Hearing on House Bill 200

Monday, June 5
4:00-6:00 p.m.
Legislative Office Building
(Room 643)
300 N. Salisbury St.

House Bill 200 would end gerrymandering in North Carolina by establishing a nonpartisan system for drawing the state's congressional and legislative voting maps.

The bill has 39 bipartisan co-sponsors in the NC House and is supported by an overwhelming majority of North Carolina voters.

But since it was introduced in February, House Bill 200 has not been given a vote or even a hearing in the NC House Rules Committee.

As such, Common Cause NC is organizing a People's Hearing for House Bill 200 at the NC Legislative Office Building (Room 643) in Raleigh on Monday, June 5, from 4:00-6:00 p.m.

The hearing will give North Carolina citizens the opportunity to voice their support for passage of HB200 and fair voting maps.

Due to space limitations in the committee room, registration has now closed for the People's Hearing on House Bill 200. Thanks to the many citizens who will be joining us at the hearing on June 5 at the NC Legislature. We look forward to seeing you there and hearing your thoughts on fair redistricting!

If you have any questions about the People's Hearing on House Bill 200, please contact us here or call 919-836-0027.



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