This is Mike McIntyre's special web page to affect NC redistricting and keep his job! Let's stop this shameful action dead in its tracks!
Dear Friends –
Do you want your next Congressman to be from Raleigh, Goldsboro, or Charlotte? If not, then I need your help today!
Every ten years the North Carolina General Assembly draws new congressional districts based on the latest Census numbers. That process has now begun in Raleigh, and we need to let our voices be heard to keep Southeastern North Carolina together in one congressional district!
There are 2 very important ways that you can help:
- Please look at the list below of the Members of the General Assembly who will be drawing the new maps . Call your local N.C. Representatives and N.C. Senators and tell them it is critical that Southeastern North Carolina be kept together in one congressional district!
- Please attend one of the public hearings listed below that are being held and let your voice be heard that Southeastern North Carolina needs to stay in one congressional district!
That work must continue.
And it must continue in concert with one vision and one voice for all of Southeastern North Carolina in the halls of the U.S. Congress!
Please join me in standing up for our homes, our businesses, and our way of life and let’s keep Southeastern North Carolina together — moving forward!
Click here for more information about the North Carolina General Assembly Redistricting Committees!
Click here for more information about the Redistricting Meetings being held in your Community!
Verne Strickland Blogmaster April 5, 2011
What will Congressman Mike think of next? Now he's trying to put pressure on the North Carolina Legislators appointed to do a fair and unbiased job of redistricting. His sole aim is to protect his chances for re-election. Democrats have had redistricting as their pet project for over 100 years. Now it's time for Republicans to 'have it their way'. Mike has no business meddling with the deliberations and the outcome of this important process. Call McIntyre today and tell him to play fair and square for a change. Here's his number: (202) 225-2731. He's waiting to hear from you.