DCABP PAC

Tia Hall, Political Committee Chair

Meetings: every 4th Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Location: Virtually due to shelter in place orders. Members notified via email of the link to join the meeting. 

Duties: The Political Committee is consistently involved in voter education, registration, mobilization, and recruitment of qualified candidates in an effort to bring about the election of persons who are sensitive and responsive to the concerns of the Black community. This committee shall also analyze data and develop activities to promote more expansive political involvement and to inform the community. 

For donations to the Political Committee Online:   secure.actblue.com/donate/dcabp

Donations By Mail: P.O. Box 1843, Durham, NC 27702

Check out voting information

Check out all the election information. See candicate information here. You can also view and print a Sample Ballot for your precinct.  

MAKE SURE YOU ARE REGISTERED

Check your registration status here.

 

If you need to register, you can do so online or via mail
 

Ex-felons have the right to register and vote in NC. Check here to see how.  

ABSENTEE BALLOTS

The State Board of Elections has officially released its online absentee request portal. Click here to submit your request electronically. The portal is a secure way to request an absentee by mail ballot which will be mailed to you. 

Early Voting

Durham County now has 14 early voting sites! When voting early, you can go to any of the 14 sites and not just the one in your precinct. Click here for more information on Early Voting in Durham County. 

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© 2019 DCABP

Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People

PO Box 52171
Durham, NC 27717
dcabp35@gmail.com

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