As Democrats we have a lot to celebrate as 2018 comes to a close. Our county led North Carolina in turnout, and at least in Chatham, every Democrat on our ballot won. All our local candidates were winners! Working with our amazing volunteers and community activists, and with the resources provide by our donors, CCDP mounted our best Get Out The Vote effort to date.
Results in the state were also encouraging
- We broke the Republican legislative supermajority … in both chambers.
- We elected not only a Democratic Supreme Court Justice but also three Democrats to the NC Court of Appeals.
- Our state party recruited the most diverse array of Democratic candidates ever in North Carolina. The numbers of women, persons of color, LGBTQ, and young persons who ran were amazing. Our slate, unlike the slate of other political parties here, was an awesome, more accurate reflection of our State.
But elections are cyclical, and it is time to prepare for 2020 — when we can continue to push back reactionary leadership and policies. Our work starts with the 2019 Precinct meetings.
All registered Democrats are urged to attend their precinct meetings. At this meeting you will:
- Learn about the work we are doing for this election cycle and opportunities to help,
- Get to know fellow Democrats,
- Learn about coming activities,
- Elect delegates to the County Convention,
- Review proposed resolutions and vote on what to send to the county convention.
Information on writing and submitting a resolution to your precinct is here. The road to winning elections up and down the ballot starts with your precinct.
Need to find out which precinct you live in? Look it up on the NC Board of Elections website.
Precinct Meeting Schedule (Precinct meeting documents after the schedule)
|Bonlee||Thursday, 2/7/2019 6:30 PM||The Old Place, 289 Elmer Moore Rd, Bear Creek||Dana Hackney, [email protected]|
|Bynum||Tuesday, 2/5/2019, 7 PM||Bynum Community Center, 886 Hamlet Chapel Rd, Pittsboro||Karl Kachergis,
|East Siler City||Saturday, 2/16/2019, 1 PM||Earl B. Fitts Center
111 S. Third Ave, Siler City
|Jesse Scotton, 919-548-0810, [email protected]|
|East Williams||Tuesday, 2/12/2019, 7 PM||New Hope Baptist Church, 581 New Hope Church Rd, Apex||Mike Kalt, 919-362-8677, [email protected]|
|Thursday, 2/7/2019, 6 PM||Goldston Library, 9235 Pittsboro Goldston Rd, Goldston||Tripp Tucker, 984-265-0665, [email protected]|
|Hadley||Saturday, 2/16/2019, 1 PM||Brown's Chapel United Methodist Church, 355 Chicken Bridge Rd, Pittsboro||Mary Honeycutt, 919-542-2646, [email protected]|
|Harpers Crossroads||Tuesday, 2/19/2019, 7 PM||499 Ronald Scott Rd Bear Creek||Becky Loflin, 919-837-5066, [email protected]|
|Hickory Mountain||Monday, 2/11/2019, 7 PM||Celebrity Dairy, 144 Celebrity Dairy Way, Siler City||Lena Brokob, 252-646-5649, [email protected]|
|Manns Chapel||Tuesday, 2/26/2019, 7 PM||Woods Charter School,
160 Woodland Grove Lane, Chapel Hill
|Shelley Colbert, 919-869-7777, [email protected]|
|New Hope||Tuesday, 2/5/2019, 7 PM (Tent.)||Holland Chapel Church, 360 Burgess Rd, Apex||Sheila Thompson, 919-338-3388|
|North Williams||Saturday, 2/16/2019, 10 AM||N. Chatham Elementary School, 3380 Lystra Rd, Chapel Hill||Jennie DeLoach, 919-942-5539, [email protected]|
|Oakland||Monday, 2/11/2019, 6 PM||The Farm at Oakland,
3355 Rosser Rd,
|Jon Spoon, 919-721-2843,
Steve Maynor, 919-608-2434, [email protected]
|Pittsboro||Saturday, 2/16/2019, 10 AM||Habitat for Humanity,
467 West St, Pittsboro
|Beverly Bland, 919-616-1796, [email protected]|
|West Siler City||Tuesday, 2/12/2019, 6:30 PM||Home of Lou Forrisi,
106 C Hunters Court,
|West Williams||Sunday, 2/10/2019, 3 PM||Auditorium, Galloway Ridge, Pittsboro||Meyer Liberman, 919-533-6620, [email protected]|
Precinct Meeting Documents