This is My City. This is Your City. This is Our City.

Eighty-four percent of us failed to vote for Charlotte Mayor and Charlotte City Council during the last two municipal elections (2013 & 2015). Our collective indifference to local politics allowed a few to tarnish Charlotte’s reputation. We can no longer sit back and watch this happen. It’s time to stand. It’s time to vote. Together we must pledge to support candidates who promote public policies that protect and nourish family, faith and freedom. Vote for men and women who are running for school board, city council, and mayor’s office that support traditional Christian values, instead of fighting against them. It’s time to stand. It’s time to vote. Charlotte.

This is our city.

Below is a Get-Out-TheVote campaign we made to help educate Mecklenburg voters on the importance of protecting our faith and family.

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In the past, 84% of voters failed to show up at midterm elections and vote for the Charlotte Mayor and City Council races. Nearly 80% of North Carolina are Christian, which means a majority of them never showed up. Help us raise awareness on the importance of faith-driven citizens serving their society through voting.