Democracy North Carolina has prepared a variety of resources to download and copy. We also offer pre-printed supplies of some materials. Simply download what you want below or contact us if you can’t find what you’re looking for. All of our materials are non-partisan and free to download.
Most Recent Downloads
Voting and Voter Rights
- Fact SheetSummary of 2013 Voter Suppression Bills
- Fact SheetWho doesn’t have an ID in NC?
- Fact SheetInstant Runoff Voting Summary
- FlyerNC Voters’ Bill of Rights (English)
- FlyerNC Voters’ Bill of Rights (Spanish)
- FlyerVoter Registration Tip Sheet (English)
- FlyerVoter Registration Tip Sheet (Spanish)
- FlyerSame Day Registration & Voting Flyer
- FlyerPre-registration Talking Points
- Flyer“Been Locked UP? Don’t Be Locked Out!”
- Flyer20 facts that will make voting easier
- Hand OutElection Year Guide for Faith-Based Communities
- NC Redistricting Maps
- Voter Registration Guide
- PostcardWhy Vote?
- PosterJustice-Involved Voters
- Tool KitVoter Registration Kit
- VideoForward Together, Not one Step Back!
Money in Politics – North Carolina
- Fact SheetCitizens United vs FEC
- Fact SheetWhat’s Ailing Healthcare Reform?
- Fact SheetHow Money Impacts Environmental Policy
- Fact SheetWhat are Voter-Owned Elections?
- Fact SheetChanges in NC Campaign Finance Law
- FlyerWho is Art Pope?
- FlyerHow do Voter-Owned Elections Work?
- Hand OutHow Lawmakers Are Reacting to the Citizens United Ruling
- Hand Out Citizens United Talking Points
- Hand Out Voter-Owned Elections for NC Judicial Candidates
- Hand OutResearching Campaign Disclosure Reports
- Hand OutResearching Lobbying Expense Reports
- PetitionCorporations are Not People
- TemplateResolution: Corporations are Not People, Money is Not Speech
- Tool KitCitizens United Amendment Action Kit
Money in Politics – Congress and other States
- FlyerSupport the NC Public Campaign Fund
- Hand OutBig Money and Wall St Reform
- Hand OutBig Money and Health Care Reform
- Hand OutBig Money and Mother Earth
- Hand OutSummary of the Fair Elections Now Act (FENA)
- Hand OutWhy the Latino community is supporting Fair Elections Now
- Hand OutWhy the African-American community is supporting Fair Elections Now
- Hand OutThe Benefits of Clean Elections (AZ Advocacy Network)
Voter registration resources
If you want to help others register to vote, here are some useful resources:
- Voter Registration in NC – Laws and Rules slideshow
- Voter Registration FAQ slideshow
- Planning a Voter Registration Drive slideshow
- Voter Registration form in English (from NC State Board of Elections)
- Voter Registration form in Spanish (from NC State Board of Elections)
Materials not available via download that you may order from Democracy NC:
These resources contain outdated information but may be useful to you as a template for your own materials or as background information on some of our issues:
- Fact SheetVoter-Owned Elections in Legislative Races (2007)
- FlyerAdopt a Neighborhood: Census 2010
- FlyerClean Environment, Clean Elections (2006)
- FlyerDemocracy Advocates Take Action Flyer
- FlyerSDR “Frequently Asked Questions” (2007)
- FlyerFraud Fears, ID Requirements, and Same-Day Registration” (2007)
- HandoutCensus 2010 Info Hand-out
- HandoutCensus 2010 Info Hand-out: Spanish Version
- HandoutSummary of 2009 Voter-Owned Elections Act for Expansion of Council of State Races
- HandoutBrochure on Voting Rights & Quotes from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (2008)
- HandoutQ&A on the Public Campaign Fund, distributed by the State Board of Elections (2007)
- HandoutNonprofit Guidance: Regulations for Grassroots & Direct Lobbying (2006)
- PosterApartment Residents VOTE! (2008)
- Tool KitStep Up! A Guide to Voting in NC (2008)
An Outstanding Resource on Local Democracy:
A brilliant and generous team of authors have named Democracy North Carolina as the recipient of proceeds from their book, Local Democracy Under Siege: Activism, Public Interest and Private Politics. The book is a study of five North Carolina communities, including some Democracy NC target areas. It is a must-read for anyone concerned about creating a truly participatory society.
Many thanks to its authors and UNC faculty members Donald Nonini and Dorothy Holland for their research and philanthropy.You can order on-line at any book site. It’s also available at Triangle bookstores, including Bull’s Head Bookshop (UNC-Chapel Hill), Regulator Bookshop (Durham) and Quail Ridge Books & Music (Raleigh).