- C2C Candidates Forum February 6, 2023 at 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
- NCDP SEC February 11, 2023
- NCDP Conf Call -County Chairs February 14, 2023 at 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
- Precinct Meetings February 25, 2023 – March 11, 2023
- County Conventions April 15, 2023 – April 22, 2023
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It is Primary Election Day in North Carolina. This is the time to vote with your heart on who you think will be the best Democratic Nominee for our upcoming General Election.
Click on this link to verify if you are registered to vote and where you polling location is. https://vt.ncsbe.gov/RegLkup/
Election night was not what we hoped for, but we are still hopeful for what lies ahead. Thank you Allen Thomas!
Perquimans, Pasquotank, Camden, Currituck and Dare Counties can Vote on Sunday, September 8th from noon to 3pm at their County Elections office. The complete SBOE order can be seen here.
Several Polling sites closed early this week pending the arrival of Hurricane Dorian. The State Board of Elections has issued an Emergency Order re-opening Early Voting this Saturday, September 7th. Early Voting has been extended from 9am to 5pm at your Early … Continue reading
The 2019 Third Congressional District was a Huge Success. We met Saturday, May 18th in Lenoir County with more than 90 delegates and guests from 14 counties. Democratic Nominee for Congress Allen Thomas, former Mayor of Greenville, gave the keynote … Continue reading
Congratulations to the new District Officers: Chris Hardee, Chair; Jen Alexander, 1 Vice; Nick Blount, 2nd Vice; Gloria Goodwin, 3rd Vice; Bob Costanzo, Treasurer; and Megan Sumerell returning as Secretary.
Today is former Governor James B. Hunt’s 82nd Birthday.Click Here to make an $82 donation to help Elect Democrats.
Please join us following the Convention to hear from several of our 2020 Council of State Candidates (Lt. Governor, Superintendent of Schools, etc) during the Candidates Luncheon. Our outstanding Congressional Nominee ALLEN THOMAS will address the delegates during the Convention. … Continue reading