Are you an unaffiliated voter in North Carolina? We want to get to know you

Are you an unaffiliated voter in North Carolina? We want to get to know you

According to Carolina Demography at UNC Chapel Hill, the number of unaffiliated voters in North Carolina rose just a few months ago to become the state’s largest voting bloc.
A voter in North Carolina can identify with one of four political parties: the Democratic Party, the Green Party, the Libertarian Party, or the Republican Party.
It is not necessary to join a political party when registering to vote. You are unaffiliated if you do not register with a political party.
So, what does all of this mean? Why are an increasing number of North Carolinians choosing to be unaffiliated?
If you are an unaffiliated voter, we want to hear from you for upcoming reporting on North Carolina’s political shift. What does it mean to you to be unaffiliated? Why did you choose to be unaffiliated rather than affiliated with a political party?
Here’s how you can contribute your thoughts, opinions, and experiences to our reporting:
Text VOTER to (866) 716-1266; leave a voice message at (828) 348-0808; shoot a short (1 minute maximum) video on your smartphone or computer and email it to elections@carolinapublicpress.org; or
Please complete this brief form.
Make sure to include your name, age, and address. Please send your information by November 1, 2022.

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