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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
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
Locations, dates, and times vary by county. For a complete list of early vote sites, please click on the link below: https://www.ncsbe.gov/Portals/0/Forms/2019/One-Stop%20Site%20List.pdf
The NCDP Third Congressional District will host a Candidates Forum on Tuesday April 9th. The Forum will be held in the main Auditorium (building 8) at Beaufort Community College starting at 6:00 pm. As of this writing, 5 of the … Continue reading
Greenville, NC – After faithfully representing the people of Eastern North Carolina in Congress and the state legislature for over 34 years, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) passed away this afternoon in Greenville, North Carolina. He was 76. Congressman Jones was … Continue reading