The Charlotte City Council could vote as early as February 8th on a hazardous policy change that would put women, children, and families in the Queen City at great risk. Even if you do not live in the Charlotte area, this could be a precedent setting action that could impact the entire state, so Charlotte leaders need to hear from you NOW!
If adopted, this policy change would make Charlotte the first city in the state to adopt a “public accommodation” ordinance that creates civil-rights-status legal protections based on an individual’s self-determined “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” or “gender expression.” This would place the protected privacy rights of women, men and children at great risk and would put the constitutionally protected religious liberties of small business owners and others at stake. The proposal would:
Please contact the following members of the Charlotte City Council and ask them to “OPPOSE” this dangerous proposed policy change:
Jennifer Roberts (Mayor): 704-336-3131; email@example.com
Vi Lyles (Mayor Pro Tem): 704-336-3431; firstname.lastname@example.org
Patsy Kinsey (District 1): 704-336-3432; email@example.com
Al Austin (District 2): 704-336-3185; firstname.lastname@example.org
LaWana Mayfield (District 3): 704-336-3435; email@example.com
Greg Phipps (District 4): 704-336-3436; firstname.lastname@example.org
John Autry (District 5): 704-336-2777; email@example.com
Kenny Smith (District 6): 704-574-7241; firstname.lastname@example.org
Ed Driggs (District 7): 704-432-7077; email@example.com
Julie Eiselt (at large): 704-336-4099; firstname.lastname@example.org
Claire Green Fallon (at large): 704-336-6105; email@example.com
James Mitchell (at large): 704-336-3430; firstname.lastname@example.org
TAKE ACTION! This measure was defeated last year because of the actions of concerned citizens in the Charlotte area and across North Carolina. We need your help again, so please reach out to these local officials. Thank You!