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MoveOn fights back against voter suppression in North Carolina

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When the Koch brothers-backed group Americans for Prosperity mailed false voter registration information to hundreds of thousands of North Carolinians, MoveOn members fought back, chipping in to correct the misinformation by running ads and contacting voters.

This full-page ad correcting the misinformation will run this Sunday in North Carolina’s four largest newspapers. The newspaper ads feature Riziki Omonde, a 20-year-old college student at Appalachian State University, who has advocated to protect voting rights for students.

In addition, MoveOn is running a radio ad on the music-streaming site Pandora starting this weekend. Click here to listen to the radio ad.