On November 6, North Carolinians will go to the polls to elect a U.S. President, 13 U.S. Representatives, a Governor, a Lt. Governor and all 170 state legislators. These officials will make the decisions that will impact our children’s lives today and well into the future.
CHILDREN CANNOT VOTE. It is up to all of us to make certain children’s issues, from public schools to health care, are a visible part of the political debate.
Who’s for Kids and Who’s Just Kidding presents data on current child well-being in North Carolina and offers sample questions to ask political candidates.