NewsImportant Dates: Register by October 14, request your absentee ballot by November 1, early voting October 20 to November 5, election day November 8

The 2022 fall elections are underway and, indirectly, cash bail reform is on the ballot.

CUCC’s Cash Bail Bond Reform group, working with N.C. Interfaith Committee for Cash Bail Reform, have surveyed Wake County candidates on their views of cash bail to help inform your vote.

You can find the results of our candidate surveys here.

Candidate responses are posted for Wake County District Attorney, Wake County Sheriff, and Wake County Commissioners.

Early voting starts October 20, and you can request your ballot to vote absentee by mail now.

Consider riding with others from CUCC at CUCC Votes Together when we will ride the bus or carpool to vote (and get ice cream afterward).  We leave immediately after the October 23 informational meeting.

Community UCC seeks to reform the unjust cash bail system in our state and nation. Your vote is a direct chance to act on that. Please read our survey, consider the candidates responses, consider why some candidates did not respond, and then vote.

Voting information can be found here.

To get involved in CUCC’s work to reform the cash bail bond system, contact Adrienne Little at ajlittle39@gmail.com.