Gov. Pat McCrory of North Carolina is under a lot of pressure from activists on the left — all because he signed a bill into law that protects women and children from being forced to share bathrooms with men. The widely supported N.C. law stops men from going into women’s restrooms, showers, and locker rooms, and it stopped a dangerous bathroom ordinance in Charlotte, similar to the law Houston voters resoundingly defeated at the polls last year, from going into effect.
Apparently, the Governors of New York & Connecticut are okay with men being allowed access to women’s restrooms and showers. Meanwhile, North Carolina Governor McCrory believes in common sense and protecting the privacy and safety of women and young girls in the Tar Heel State.
Right now, it is important to join with our friends in North Carolina, and to honor Governor McCrory for doing the right thing. (Check out Governor McCrory’s strong stand for common sense when it comes to bathrooms: Watch here)
Will you join common sense conservatives across the country as we support and thank Governor McCrory?
Here’s how you can quickly and easily help us thank Governor McCrory:
- Call his office to say THANK YOU for signing a common sense privacy bill into law: 919-814-2000
- Send a Thank You Postcard! People in every state are coming together to send thank you postcards to North Carolina Governor McCrory. It’s really easy to send. Just go to our national ally CitizenLink’s Action Center and fill out the form for the back of the postcard. Tell Gov. McCrory that any state that stands up for safety and privacy is a state you want to visit. We’ve included a sample message for convenience. CLICK HERE to send your thank you postcard!
- Change your Facebook profile picture! Use the postcard above as your profile picture! You can also send Gov. McCrory a FB message HERE to let him know that you and your family stand with NC!
- Tweet a thank you to him: Thanks @PatMcCroryNC for protecting safety & privacy in your state! Can’t wait to visit! CLICK HERE to send this tweet.
Thank you for standing with us, and with our friends in North Carolina!