Welcome to the Chatham County Democratic Party

2018 General Election November 6, 2018

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Early voting begins on October 17th.  Don't forget to vote - every vote is important. 

 

Building on and extending the historic legacy of the Democratic Party, the Chatham County Democratic Party is committed to:

  • Community
  • Opportunity
  • Fairness
  • Truth in Government
  • Equality

We encourage all individuals who share these values to join us in our efforts to bring them into the political process. We also encourage individuals to consider running for political office to help turn these values into public policy which protects the health and safety of its citizens and advances quality of life, the common good and economic well-being of all the people in Chatham County.


  • Upcoming events

    Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 08:30 AM · $40.00 USD · 58 rsvps

    2018 Unity Breakfast

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    Due to hurricane Florence we have rescheduled our Unity Breakfast to Saturday, September 29th at 8:30 am.  We will still be at the Agriculture/Conference Center.

    Stay safe!

     

    Relieve your anxiety and worries about the November election! Join CCDP, democrats and allies for a morning designed to energize and uplift you for the work to make election history this November.

    Mid-terms are traditionally low-turnout elections which makes Getting Out The Vote very important. CCDP’s Unity Breakfast kicks off our GOTV efforts and provides much needed funding for that work. With six unnecessary constitutional amendments on the ballot and four vitally important judicial candidates to elect there is a lot do.

    SenJeffJackson.PNGOur speaker, NC Senator Jeff Jackson will inspire, inform and even make you smile. Senator Jeff Jackson, who represents the 37th District based in Mecklenburg County, gained national attention in 2014 when he spoke out forcefully on the injustices of the state budget presented at the 11th hour and pushed through by the GOP-majority. In February 2015, Sen. Jackson, being the only legislator to show up for work on a snow day, commenced to Tweet faux proceedings that read like a wish list for progressives. Issues such as implementing independent redistricting to end gerrymandering, making major investments in early childhood education programs and alternative energy technologies, advancing rural broadband, funding for mental health services and addiction programs all smoothly made their ways through committees and votes on the legislature's floor where they won with vote tallies of 1-0. Senator Jackson continues to be a vocal advocate and bill co-sponsor for these issues.

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    Please consider being a sponsor! Sponsorships provide the most revenue towards election expenses. Use this form if you prefer to mail us your ticket or sponsorship.

    Program ads are also available. Find out more here.


    And be sure to spread the word about the Unity Breakfast!

     

    When entering your sponsorship enter "ONE" (1) into the box, not the dollar amount.

    That is enter 1 for one Bronze sponsorship at $100, not 100.


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