Join us at a #UniteNC Town Hall in your area!

Pro-Choice North Carolina is excited to join with our partners at Common Cause North Carolina and other organizations across the state for a series of #UniteNC town halls! This is a fantastic opportunity to build our shared power and hold lawmakers accountable. Pro-Choice North Carolina will have materials at all town halls and we’ll be in-person at some of them, too.

If you're concerned about harmful policies in the state legislature like attacks on abortion access, upcoming elections, and redistricting, join us and speak up for people-first policies!

Register here! All events will start at 6:30pm unless stated otherwise. 

Join a #UniteNC town hall meeting near you:

  • July 20: Mint Hill (Mecklenburg)
  • July 24: Carthage (Moore)
  • July 31: High Point (Guilford)
  • August 2: Fayetteville (Cumberland)
  • August 3: Wentworth (Rockingham)
  • August 7: Kannapolis (Cabarrus)
  • August 14: Wilmington (New Hanover)
  • August 17: Salisbury (Rowan)
  • September 5: Hendersonville (Henderson)
  • September 6: Brevard (Transylvania)
  • September 7: Sylva (Jackson)
  • September 12: Scotland Neck (Halifax)
  • September 14Wagram (Scotland & Hoke counties)
  • September 18Kannapolis (Cabarrus County)
  • September 19Hickory
  • October 1Manteo
  • October 4Hillsborough
  • October 5Robeson County
  • October 11Asheville
  • October 12: Boone (Watauga County)
  • October 16: Havelock (Craven and Carteret counties)
  • October 25: Graham (Alamance County): will begin at 6pm, and Spanish language interpretation available
  • October 26: Winston-Salem (Forsyth County)

Register now! 

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