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Trusted Elections Tour coming to Hickory | Native Information | – Hickory Day by day File


HICKORY — The Trusted Elections Tour might be held on the Hickory Metro Conference Middle within the Conover Room on Wednesday, Sept. 21,from 6:30 to eight p.m.

This occasion is one among 15 city halls throughout the state, one in every congressional district and a digital occasion for these unable to attend in particular person. The Trusted Elections Tour goals to offer data on the electoral course of, construct belief within the voting system, and strengthen civil discourse. 

The Congressional District 10 city corridor in Hickory will function Michael Bitzer from Catawba Faculty as moderator, and a number of other panelists together with Catawba County Board of Elections Director Amanda Duncan, Catawba County Board of Elections Chair Barry Cheney, and Catawba County Board of Elections Member David Hood. 

Admission to all Trusted Elections city halls is free and the occasions are open to the general public and media. There might be a possibility for viewers members to submit written questions. 

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To register and get extra details about the Community and the tour schedule, go to

The Trusted Elections Tour is dropped at you by the North Carolina Community for Honest, Secure and Safe Elections, The U.S. Veterans Corridor of Fame, and the League of Girls Voters of North Carolina. 

The North Carolina Community for Honest, Secure, and Safe Elections is a bipartisan, grassroots effort initiated by The Carter Middle. Led by former Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts and former N.C. Supreme Court docket Justice Bob Orr, the community is made up of civic, enterprise, and non secular leaders and residents from each side of the political aisle. Members will function neighborhood advocates for peaceable political engagement and trusted elections, and work to foster confidence in electoral processes and deal with disinformation.


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