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NC Sample Ballots NOW available on-line

Today the sample ballots for the November election have appeared.

One way to get one is to find your voter registration at
https://www.ncsbe.gov/webapps/voter_search/
and then click on the link in the Sample Ballots box (under your information) that takes you to your ballot.

Remember: Deadline for Voter Registration is 10/10.

I need education re: the Constitutional amendment on the Nov ballot

So this:

[ ] FOR [ ] AGAINST
Constitutional amendment providing that a person accused of any criminal offense for which the State is not seeking a sentence of death in superior court may, in writing or on the record in court and with the consent of the trial judge, waive the person's right to a trial by jury.

... will be on the ballot statewide in November.

Why is it on the ballot? And who is it meant to help or harm? Where can I go to educate myself on this issue?

Look: quick website that will show exchange plans and estimate subsidy

Shiny!

http://www.thehealthsherpa.com/

It asks all the right questions:
age / tobacco usage / county
(those are the only things that will determine your base premium)
and it does seem to reflect the plan info that I've seen after spending far, far longer on healthcare.gov.
It does not verify income but if you're just plan/premium-curious, then that is not really necessary.

And it is fast! Really, really fast.

Sharon Decker wants to know what you think. Maybe.

Sharon Decker wants to know what you think. Well, maybe not YOU.

I found this posted on a local GOP email list. We're citizens - sorry, "customers" - too, so I don't think she'll mind. Too much.
________________________

From: Secretary Sharon Decker [mailto:CommerceListeningTours@nccommerce.com]
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2013 11:21 AM
Subject: Listening Tour Survey [North.Central.Region]

As one of the key stakeholders in economic development in North Carolina, you were recently invited to join us at a Listening Tour event in your prosperity zone. If you were unable to attend, we’d still welcome your feedback.

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