Voter registration efforts are underway in Raleigh!

We are proud to announce that our field efforts are underway in North Carolina’s capital.  With a strong team of eight canvassers, we have officially launched our ambitious goal of registering 20,000 NEW voters in our state for the 2014 General Election.

After we wrap up our Raleigh pilot, we will be moving west to Guilford, Forsyth, and Mecklenburg counties.  If you are interested in getting involved in our efforts to make our voices heard, please email us at

Interested in helping register North Carolinians to vote?

FieldWorks is hiring in North Carolina. FieldWorks will be hiring canvassers in Fayetteville, Charlotte, Raleigh and Greensboro/Winston-Salem.

FieldWorks is seeking enthusiastic canvassers in North Carolina to execute a non-partisan voter registration drive and environmental issue advocacy program. Issue focuses will cover state and local level environmental issues. Successful candidates must have at least one year of community, issue, labor, or political organizing, excellent communication and organizational skills, strong written and oral communication skills and must work well in a team. The position requires extensive canvassing and a willingness to work evening and Saturday hours.

Canvasser positions are full-time, hourly and temporary through November 4, 2014. Individuals interested in applying or seeking additional information should send their resume and cover letter with “North Carolina Canvasser” in the subject line to

FieldWorks is an equal opportunity employer. Women and people of color encouraged to apply. Reliable transportation and the ability to speak Spanish a plus.

New campaign launching soon…

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It Matters NC, a new project funded by the NC League of Conservation Voters Foundation, will be hitting the streets soon with a lofty goal to register thousands of previously unregistered North Carolinians. Stay connected to learn more on how you – yes YOU – can truly transform North Carolina. Don’t stay silent on November 4th.