Votes, green jobs, and you

Votes, green jobs, and you
Vote early this week or on Election Day, Nov. 4th
And sign our petition for clean energy & green jobs
Over 1.6 million people have already voted in North Carolina – so make sure your voice is heard too! Remember that you have two options for voting in North Carolina:
Vote early through this Saturday November 1st. Early voting gives you added flexibility to vote when you have the time rather than trying to fit it in on Election Day. Find your early voting locations and times here. Remember that you can go to ANY of the locations listed in your county.
Vote on Election Day next Tuesday, November 4th. The polls open at 6:30AM and close at 7:30PM. Find your polling place here. If you have additional questions go to or see our FAQs of voting below.
Early voting is also your last chance to register and vote in North Carolina for next Tuesday’s election. If you’ve moved since you last voted then you need to re-register through early voting. You can also check your current registration status here.
Also, please take one minute to sign our petition
for green jobs and clean energy in North Carolina. We’ll be delivering this petition to the state’s newly elected Governor. You can help us deliver a clear message that calls for a commitment to clean energy and green jobs:
Some frequently asked questions about voting in North Carolina:
I heard that voting a straight party ballot does not include the Presidential race. Is that true? Yes. In North Carolina voting a “straight party” ballot does not include the Presidential race. So make sure that you mark the Presidential race and the non-partisan judicial races if you vote a straight party ballot. 
Do I need to bring identification? Maybe. You don’t need to bring identification if you’ve previously voted at your current address. You should bring identification if you are a newly registered voter or need to register to vote at the early voting location. Bring a drivers license, other government issued ID, social security card, or utility bill for identification purposes if necessary. It’s always a good idea to bring proof of residency, just in case. You can find more information about acceptable forms of identification here:
Where can I get non-partisan information about the candidates? Get to know the candidates running in North Carolina with this non-partisan voter’s guide:
Can I wear partisan buttons and t-shirts when I vote? Yes. What you wear is considered free speech. But you may not “electioneer” (handing out materials, telling people who to vote for, etc) within the sign that says “no electioneering beyond this point” (usually 50 feet in front of the polling place
Where can I see a sample ballot?  Go to and click on the link for “General Election Sample Ballots.”
Where can I get non-partisan resources for other voting and election questions or problems:
– Visit these NC based websites: and 
– Find your county board of elections: 
– Call 1-888-OUR-VOTE
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Also, thanx for signing my petitions, et al, please consider sharing them. Also, since Admin. of aren't allowing me to invite people to do my actions lately and are switching my urls for my petitions so when I invite people off their site they can't get to the petition either (ergo 3 possible urls for each petition), here's a few of my latest actions; do as few or as many as you'd like (there are 3 linx for each petition because admin. switches between the 3 of them so people trying to sign the petition can‘t get to it): This post on Disabled Greens News and discussion: Haiti disaster anniversary, please, do what you can: This petition on Haiti disaster anniversary:   This post on Disabled Greens News and discussion: Green, Indigenous, Native American, etc., actions: This petition on Green, Indigenous, Native American, acts:,_native_american_acts,_native_american_acts   This post on Disabled Greens News and discussion: Art/Act: celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday, holiday: This petition on Art/Act: celebrate Dr. M.L. King, Jr.'s holiday:   This post on Disabled Greens News and discussion: Green; NA; the evolution; Civil, Human, LP, Prisoner's Rights; Poverty; etc..: This petition on Economically empower through advocacy:
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