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September 26, 2022
EMILYs List and Cheri Beasley Host Meet-and-Greet and Q+A on Reproductive Rights in North Carolina
Durham, North Carolina – On Tuesday, Sept. 27, EMILYs List and Senate candidate Cheri Beasley are touring universities to meet with students and hosting a moderated discussion on the importance of Beasley’s historic Senate run and what’s on the line for abortion access in this critical race.
The events are parts of EMILYs List’s Run. Win. Change the World Tour where members of EMILYs List leadership, including President Laphonza Butler, are traveling across the country to join endorsed candidates in key states and remind voters that abortion is on the ballot this November.
Space is limited.
EMILYs List North Carolina Meet-and-Greet and Q+A
WHAT: Meet-and-Greet and Reproductive Rights Q+A with EMILY’s List and Democratic Senate Nominee Cheri Beasley at Universities in Durham and Raleigh
WHO: Laphonza Butler, EMILYs List President
Cheri Beasley, Democratic Senate Candidate
WHEN: Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. ET (Durham) & 3:00 p.m. ET (Raleigh)
WHERE: Location will be sent upon RSVP
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