The General Assembly is the lawmaking body of the State of North Carolina. Similar to the United States Congress, the legislature is divided into two houses (or chambers)—the House of Representatives and the Senate.
Meeting in-person with your elected officials is an effective way to talk about the issues impacting your business and profession and lay the groundwork for long-term change.
Seeing a bill through its long and lonely journey is exactly why grassroots advocates like you are vital. Keeping your legislators informed about policy issues important to you helps a bill maintain momentum in order to become law.
NORTH CAROLINA PRIMARY ELECTIONS: MARCH 3, 2020
On top of being the only state in the nation with new congressional and legislative districts, North Carolina is slated to have one of the most competitive Presidential, US Senate, and Gubernatorial races in the country.