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May 22, 2019 /

Rowan Democrats Monthly Breakfast

Come enjoy a fantastic catered breakfast with your fellow Rowan Democrats! The Rowan Democrats are having our monthly breakfast gathering on Saturday, June 8th at our headquarters at 1504 W. Innes St. Doors open to the public at 9:45 am, and we start eating at 10:00 am. This month our guest speaker will be a representative of the local and state labor unions. We will hear about the Labor movement here in North Carolina and what we ourselves can do to help better preserve and protect workers’ rights.

We will also be holding a raffle this month with a grand prize of a Rowan County Attractions Dining and Value Guide Coupon Book. This month's breakfast is catered by Ken Swoop, so please come hungry!

The breakfast is free, but a ten dollar donation would be appreciated! You can also support our local party by donating online now at
April 22, 2019 /

2019 2nd CD Convention

Our convention will be held April 27 at the Franklin County Courthouse Hobgood Annex at 113 S. Main Street, Louisburg, NC 27549. Registration begins at 9 am and the convention comes to order at 10 am.

Here is a link to Google Maps:
April 15, 2019 /

NCAE Day of Action

Join us on May 1 for our day of action as we hit the streets of Raleigh in our sea of red. We will march for our students, our schools and communities as we advocate to make each of those better for the people of North Carolina!

This year’s demands are:

▪ Provide enough school librarians, psychologists, social workers, counselors, nurses, and other health professionals to meet national standards,

▪ Provide a $15 minimum wage for all school personnel, a 5% raise for *all* school employees and a 5% cost of living adjustment for retirees.

▪ Expand Medicaid to improve the health of our students and families.

▪ Reinstate state retiree health benefits for educators who will be hired after 2021.

▪ Restore extra pay for educators with advanced degrees such as a master’s degree.
April 15, 2019 /

Criminal Justice Reform Forum

On Saturday, May 4, citizens outraged by criminal justice disparities will reconvene to address meaningful justice reform policies and policy implementation.

Dawn Elsey Blagrove of the Carolina Justice Policy Center in Durham will provide Advocacy Training.

Meaningful change starts at the ballot box. Accountability starts with city council members, county commissioners, legislators at the NC General Assembly – Democrat, Republican, Unaffiliated, etc.

Accountability also starts with you. Let’s change the way business is conducted in the NC General Assembly, US House, and US Senate in your name.
April 5, 2019 /

3rd District Candidates Forum, hosted by the 3CD Democratic Party

Forum for Democratic Candidates for Congress in 2019 Special Election. In addition to the live audience, we plan to broadcast the event so smaller counties can participate too.

We want the Candidates to hear from you. Our Q&A will come from the field as well as the live audience. Please use Third Congressional District Democratic Candidates Forum Question Submission Form by clicking the link below.
April 4, 2019 /

2019 2nd CD Resolutions Committee

This is a meeting of the 2019 2nd Congressional District Resolutions Committee.

The committee will review resolutions adopted by the county conventions of the 6 counties within the 2nd Congressional District. The outcome of the meeting will be a package of recommended resolutions for the 2019 2nd Congressional District Democratic Convention, and a recommended set of rules for considering these resolutions at the convention.
April 4, 2019 /

NC-03 Democratic Candidates Forum

Join us for this important forum featuring the Democratic candidates for the NC-03 special congressional election! This is your chance to hear from the candidates directly and ask questions about the issues you see as the most important for this key election. Nelson McDaniel will be moderating the discussion.

We've confirmed that at least five of our six Democratic candidates will be appearing at this candidate forum. If you can't make it in person, we'll be streaming it online via Facebook Live! Bring a friend or a neighbor who is interested in hearing about some of the great ideas our Democratic candidates have for making Eastern North Carolina a better place to live, work, and play!
April 4, 2019 /

Annual FDR Dinner

The FDR Dinner is an opportunity for Democrats to be reminded of the legacy of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and how his policies, which created jobs, social security, health care, and opportunity for working people, are as relevant today as they were seventy years ago.

Matt Hughes will be the guest speaker. Any candidate who would like to attend will be invited to speak for a couple of minutes. Tickets are $20. Contact Ralph Sorrell, Chair at 336-877-2136.
April 4, 2019 /

Third Congressional District Democratic Candidates Forum

The Pitt County Democratic Party is proud to host Democratic candidates running in the upcoming Third Congressional District Special Election. WNCT-TV's Courtney Allen will serve as guest moderator. All voters living in Pitt County and across the District are invited to attend, meet our candidates, and hear about their vision for the area. Elections matter - get to know your candidates!

Questions may be submitted to for possible inclusion at the event. We look forward to seeing you on the 15th!
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