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Together NC aims to help #RebuildNC

REBUILDNC-1-FINAL1-1024x727In light of the inauspicious start to the New Year at the General Assembly – where proposals are already being considered that could be harmful to thousands of North Carolinians – Together NC is kicking off 2013 with a new social media campaign, urging the state’s newly elected legislators to help begin rebuilding North Carolina.

In the aptly named #RebuildNC campaign, Together NC will post on Twitter and Facebook about how North Carolina’s leaders must stop tearing down, underfunding, and underserving the state’s critical public investments

The campaign – with tweets and Facebook posts in the form of graphics, educational links, and quizzes – will lead up to the official inaugural events next weekend. Take a few minutes over these next 10 days to follow Together NC’s activity, re-tweet and share content from the Together NC social media accounts on your organization’s pages and your personal pages.

It’s time North Carolina’s lawmakers stop tearing down public investments – and start building them up instead. Make a simple New Year’s resolution to help guide lawmakers back to policies that will help #RebuildNC.

2 Comments


  1. Frank Burns

    January 4, 2013 at 2:02 pm

    You want to what? Together NC is advocating more revenue (that means raising taxes on working people). That’s a definate no thanks, we don’t need your “help”. I have some advice forTogether NC, go back to the drawing table and develop suggestions for implementation that does not involve additional taxes!

  2. david esmay

    January 6, 2013 at 11:59 am

    Frank, you need to change that We to I in your statement, you are a party of one. A hollow, empty voice in a right wing nut vacuum.

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