Charlotte Alumnae Chapter
Social Action Committee Leadership
Monifa Drayton, Chair
Kelly Fant Kelly, Co-Chair
Each Chapter is expected to prioritize the National Social Action Commission’s priorities and policy positions by implementation in Local Social Action activities – including but not limited to: social action agendas; social action events; thematic initiatives; partnerships and collaborations.
Deltas influence laws and policies to sustain and expand rights and privileges of citizenship, and for the protection of the less fortunate.
The Auspices provided by the National Social Action Commission of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated are accomplished through:
- Advocacy for Critical Issues
- Education on Public Policy Issues
- Encouragement for Deltas and Women of Color to Run for Elected Offices
- Monitoring National, State and Local Legislation
- Voter Registration, Education and Mobilization
Until you have added ADVOCACY, you have not incorporated SOCIAL ACTION!
March 5, 2024 – Primary Election Information
Being a part of the change that you want to see in your community starts with your vote as the elected officials make decisions that directly impact your neighborhood. We’ve provided the links that you need to register, see who is running, voting dates and more! As a reminder voters MUST HAVE A PHOTO I.D. Click here for more information.
Click here to become a registered voter.
Click here for candidates in Mecklenburg County.
Click here to find which candidates represent your neighborhood, and view your sample ballot.
The following offices will be on the ballot in the primary election:
- U.S. President
- Lieutenant Governor
- Attorney General
- Insurance Commissioner
- Superintendent of Public Instruction
- State Treasurer
- N.C. Supreme Court Justice
- NC State Senate
- Board of County Commissioners (At-Large and District)