North Carolina Daybook


Associated Press North Carolina Daybook for Wednesday, Sep. 21.

The daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast. You should verify any event you plan to cover.

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 10:00 AM Dem Rep. John Lewis leads roundtable discussion on voting rights – Roundtable discussion on voting rights in America, with Democratic Rep. John Lewis leading the discussion less than 50 days before Election Day (8 Nov), with Congressional Black Caucus Chair Rep. G.K. Butterfield, Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus Chair Rep. Judy Chu, Democrats Sens. Dick Durbin, Ben Cardin, Amy Klobuchar, Kirsten Gillibrand, and Cory Booker and Reps. Jim Clyburn and Terri Sewell, Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights Executive Vice President Nancy Zirkin, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law President and Executive Director Kristen Clarke, Asian Americans Advancing Justice Census and Voting Programs Director Terry Ao Minnis, and Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund Legislative Staff Attorney Andrea Senteno. Participants also speak on ‘the importance of having a fully-functioning U.S. Supreme Court to hear voting rights cases’ and highlight how this is the first presidential election since the ‘Shelby County v. Holder’ decision in 2013

Location: LBJ Room, U.S. Capitol, Washington, DC dpcc.senate.gov

Contacts: Matt House DPCC 1 202 224 2939

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 10:00 AM North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory makes an economic development announcement

Location: Black Mountain Commerce Park,865 Blue Ridge Rd., Black Mountain, NC www.ncgov.com https://twitter.com/NCdotGov

Contacts: North Carolina Office of the Governor Communications [email protected] 1 919 814 2100

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 10:00 AM TSA and CMPD hold event to provide tips for travelers – Transportation Security Administration and Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department hold event to provide travelers with tips and advice on what is and is not permitted in your carry-on bags when traveling by air. Event features a demonstration of how to travel with a gun in checked baggage

Location: harlotte Douglas International Airport, 5501 R C Josh Birmingham Pkwy, Charlotte, NC Charlotte www.dhs.gov https://twitter.com/DHSgov

Contacts: Sari Koshetz DHS [email protected]

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 10:00 AM Opportunity NC: Jobs and Contractor Forum – State of North Carolina host Opportunity NC: Jobs and Contractor Forum, for those interested in working for or contracting with the state of North Carolina

Location: B.N. Duke Auditorium, 1851 Fayetteville St, Durham, NC Durham www.ncgov.com https://twitter.com/NCdotGov

Contacts: Ayana Hernandez North Carolina Central University [email protected] 1 919 530 7266 Chris Jones State of North Carolina [email protected] 1 919 814 2029

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 1:00 PM Campbell University officially dedicate Smith Hall Nursing School – Campbell University official dedicate its Tracey F. Smith Hall of Nursing & Health Sciences and Catherine W. Wood School of Nursing during a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony

Location: 4350 US-421, Lillington, NC http://www.campbell.edu/ https://twitter.com/campbelledu

Contacts: Britt Davis Campbell University [email protected] 1 910 893 1215

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 1:00 PM NCDNCR Sec. Kluttz announces and thanks local legislators for support of the NC Transportation Museum – North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Kluttz holds press conference to announce receipt of a special appropriation and thank local legislators for their support of the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer

Location: 1 Samuel Spencer Dr., Spencer, NC www.ncgov.com https://twitter.com/NCDEQ

Contacts: Michele Walker North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality [email protected] 1 919 807 6577 NCDEQ

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 2:00 PM House Natural Resources subcommittee oversight hearing on govt management of wolves – Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee oversight hearing on ‘The Status of the Federal Government’s Management of Wolves’, with testimony from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Deputy Director of Policy Steve Guertin; Idaho Department of Fish and Game Director Virgil Moore; North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Director Gordon Myers; New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Director Alexandra Sandoval; Spur Ranch Cattle Company owner Tom Paterson; and Michigan Technological School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science Associate Professor John Vucetich; and Lava Lake Lamb owner Brian Bean

Location: Rm 1334, Longworth House Office Bldg, Washington, DC http://naturalresources.house.gov https://twitter.com/NatResources

Contacts: Julia Slingsby House Natural Resources Committee Press Office [email protected] 1 202 226 9019

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 5:00 PM Red Hat Inc: Q2 2017 Earning conference call / Webcast

Location: TBD http://investors.redhat.com/events.cfm https://twitter.com/RedHatNews

Contacts: Tom McCallum Red Hat Investor Relations [email protected] 1 919 754 4630

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 7:00 PM Generation Opportunity North Carolina continue Claim our Future Road Tour – Generation Opportunity North Carolina continues its Claim our Future Road Tour to ‘urge action on Social Security reform’, with event in Wilmington with Fox News contributor Caleb Bonham and Generation Opportunity North Carolina State Director Anna Beavon Gravely

Location: Fox & Hound, 920 Town Center Drive, Wilmington, NC Wilmington generationopportunity.org https://twitter.com/GenOpp

Contacts: Clay Sutton Generation Opportunity 1 540 236 8227

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 Red Hat Inc: Q2 2017 Results

Location: TBD http://investors.redhat.com/events.cfm https://twitter.com/RedHatNews

Contacts: Tom McCallum Red Hat Investor Relations [email protected] 1 919 754 4630

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Wednesday, Sep. 21 – Thursday, Sep. 22 AATCC hosts Flammability Symposium – Association of Textile, Apparel & Materials Professionals hosts ‘Shining a Light on Flammability in Textile Applications’ Symposium

Location: Embassy Suites Hotel, Cary, NC http://www.aatcc.org/ https://twitter.com/AATCC

Contacts: Peggy Pickett AATCC [email protected] 1 919 549 3533

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NEW EVENT: Thursday, Sep. 22 5:00 PM Durham Board of Elections meeting

Location: Board of Election’s Office, 201 N Roxboro Street, Durham, NC Durham http://dconc.gov/ https://twitter.com/DurhamCounty

Contacts: Tania De Los Santos Durham County Board of Commissioners [email protected] 1 919 560 0025

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NEW EVENT: Thursday, Sep. 22 6:00 PM USAO-EDNC holds heroin and opioid abuse town hall meeting – U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina holds community town hall meeting to discuss heroin and opioid abuse, distribution, and overdose issues affecting the citizens of North Carolina

Location: Pullen Park Community Center, 408 Ashe Avenue, Raleigh, NC Raleigh www.justice.gov https://twitter.com/TheJusticeDept

Contacts: Leslie Cooley DOJ [email protected] 1 919 856 4342

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NEW EVENT: Thursday, Sep. 22 – Saturday, Sep. 24 Duke and AAEC host Political Cartoon and Satire Festival – Duke University and Association of American Editorial Cartoonists host a Political Cartoon and Satire Festival. The festival features a panel discussion where leading cartoonists talk about their work on such topics as North Carolina’s bathroom bill, police shootings and the presidential election

Location: Duke University, Durham, NC Durham www.duke.edu https://twitter.com/DukeU

Contacts: Keith Lawrence Duke University [email protected] 1 919 681 8059

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Thursday, Sep. 22 7:00 AM CIO Charlotte Summit

Location: Charlotte Marriott SouthPark, 2200 Rexford Road, Charlotte, NC Charlotte http://www.ciocharlottesummit.com/ https://twitter.com/CDMmedia

Contacts: CDM Media [email protected] 1 808 535 9300

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Thursday, Sep. 22 7:00 AM CISO Charlotte Summit – CISO Charlotte Summit – Tactics and Best Practices for Taking on Enterprise IT Security Threats

Location: Charlotte Marriott SouthPark, 2200 Rexford Road, Charlotte, NC Charlotte http://www.cisocharlottesummit.com/ https://twitter.com/CDMmedia

Contacts: CDM Media [email protected] 1 808 535 9300

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Thursday, Sep. 22 7:00 PM Generation Opportunity North Carolina continue Claim our Future Road Tour – Generation Opportunity North Carolina continues its Claim our Future Road Tour to ‘urge action on Social Security reform’, with event in Raleigh with Fox News contributor Caleb Bonham and Generation Opportunity North Carolina State Director Anna Beavon Gravely

Location: Aloft Raleigh, 2100 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC Raleigh generationopportunity.org https://twitter.com/GenOpp

Contacts: Clay Sutton Generation Opportunity 1 540 236 8227

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Thursday, Sep. 22 7:00 PM 2016 North Carolina Awards Gala – 2016 North Carolina Awards Gala, honoring Joseph Bathanti (Literature), Dr. Linda S. Birnbaum (Science), Robert J. Brown (Public Service), James C. Gardner (Public Service), Dr. Assad Meymandi (Fine Arts), and Dr. Aziz Sancar and Dr. Paul L. Modrich (Science). Attendees include North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory

Location: Raleigh Marriott City Center, 500 Fayetteville St, Raleigh, NC Raleigh http://www.ncdcr.gov/ https://twitter.com/ncculture

Contacts: Fay Mitchell NCDRC [email protected] 1 919 807 7389 Michele Walker DNCR [email protected] 1 919 807 6577

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Friday, Sep. 23 Bank of America Corp: Q3 2016 Dividend payment date

Location: TBD http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=71595&p=irol-irhome https://twitter.com/BofA_News

Contacts: Lee McEntire Bank of America Investor relations 1 704 388 6780

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