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H 1074 Constitutional Amendment/Citizens-Only Voting drafted & referred to the Com on Election Law and Campaign Finance Reform. If favorable, on to Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House.

Updated: Jun 3


Congratulations! And, Thank You to all of NCEIT's Legislative Action Day particilants on 5/22/24. On the heels of that effort to move  Constitutional Amendment/Citizens-Only Voting, S630, The NC House drafted H 1074 on 5/24/24, a companion Constitutional Amendment/Citizens-Only Vote. It is referred to the Committee on Election Law and Campaign Finance Reform. If favorable, it will move to the Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House. This is the NC House companion bill to S630, Citizens-Only Vote.


Soon, NCEIT will be scheduling another Legislative Action Day for this constitutional amendment and others. May 29th was cancelled. Speaker Moore's father passed away.


We will be asking you to contact the Committee members and to participate in the next Tweet Fest which was very successful and appreciated by the legislative staff. Legislative Action Day for the constitutional amendment and others.

 

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Sponsors:

D. Hall; Moore; Bell; Gillespie (Primary)


-  Justification to Require Proof of Citizenship


History:

(NCSenate: S630. A Constitutional Amendment to Provide for Citizens Non-Voting will appear on the ballot in November once the Senate and House pass it. Because it is an amendment to our NC Constitution, it does not need Cooper's signature. This will surely drive many conservatives to the polls. You need to spread the word. We will be having a Legislative Action Day in the near future. In the meantime, you can call the Senators below who are sponsors and supporters of the amendment.


Tweet, call & email your NC representatives.


FYI: Ohio moves to remove noncitizens from voter rolls after amendment passage.

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