Stories tagged: "Voter Intimidation"


A bag-making station during a September voter-registration event hosted by NextGen America at UNC-Chapel Hill's campus. (Photo by Michael McElroy/Cardinal & Pine)
A Last-Minute Guide to Election Day in North Carolina

To be heard, you need to know how the microphones work. So here are some last minute things to keep in mind, courtesy of the North Carolina Board of Elections, as you vote in person on Election Day.

Rev. Greg Drumwright and another BLM protestor raises their hands in a Black Power salute shortly after being released from the Alamance County Jail Saturday. (Photo by Sarah Ovaska/Cardinal & Pine)
Threat of Pepper Spray Isn’t Stopping This Election Day Rally In North Carolina

After a peaceful voter turnout rally was violently and abruptly shut down in Alamance County this weekend, organizers pledge to return on Election Day to urge voters to the polls.

Voters stand in line waiting to cast ballots in  the 2020 election at a Charlotte early voting site. The future of the state's crucial voting district maps are up in the air in the N.C. Supreme Court today. (Photo for Cardinal & Pine by Alvin Jacobs Jr.)
Know Your Rights: What To Do If You Spot Voter Intimidation in NC

Advice from NC voting rights advocates and election officials on what to do if you witness voter intimidation at the polls.

What should you do if you see voter intimidation? Step one: Report it to a poll worker. (Graphic by COURIER; image by AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Voter Intimidation Is Illegal. Here’s What Else You Need to Know About It.

Voter intimidation is illegal in every state across the country. Here's how you can spot it and do something about it.