The Fleet Reddish dinner is an important fund raiser for CCDP. It’s also a wonderful event!
This is our 35th annual dinner, named in honor of former county party chair Fleet Reddish. The event has grown over the years and is always inspiring and fun as we gather to celebrate our shared values and goal of electing great Democrats to office.
Our speaker this year is Rep. Graig Meyer, who has represented Orange and Durham counties since 2013. Graig has worked across party lines as the founding Co-Chair of two bipartisan, bicameral legislative caucuses, the Early Childhood Caucus and the Life Sciences Caucus. He has been recognized for his legislative leadership by the League of Conservation Voters with their Green Tie Rising Star award and by the Young Democrats of North Carolina with their Legislator of the Year award. Graig has been tirelessly working to recruit candidates in the NCDP Break the Majority initiative.
Graig has signed onto America’s Goals because, as he says:
“People want leadership, not partisan battles. They want government with a vision for its people, not just corporate special interests. They want a political system that focuses on the values we share, across the aisle, across our state, and across our country.”
Be a Sponsor and build our resources for victory in November.
The outlook for November is very encouraging but 2018 is also the type of election where turn-out can be low. With no highly visible state-wide or national race on the ballot it is up to us to ensure that our voters get to the polls and know all about the candidates and issues. In addition to a great evening, this is an opportunity for you to support these efforts.
It all starts now and Fleet Reddish is an important building block. Be a part of this event with a sponsorship that fits your budget or perhaps join with ten friends to sponsor a table.
Everyone’s capacity to contribute is different – but we can all do something. Every donation matters and is appreciated.
3000 Galloway Ridge Rd
Pittsboro, NC 27312
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