The 2016 elections are going to be on us sooner than we think. Below is a link to the Randolph County Elections list of all elected offices.
Jim is working on finding candidates to run for the local and state races, but there are many positions to fill. Please email Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in running or know someone that would be good in any position that is expiring in 2016.
- State House
- State Senate
- District Court judges
Randolph county elected officials
- District Attorney
- Soil and Water Conservation
- County Commissioners for District 1 and District 5,
- Randolph County Board of Education, and
- City of Archdale Mayor and Council (Ward 2,3, and At-large. )
The 2015 Veterans Day Parade will be held in Asheboro on Wednesday, November 11 (Veterans Day) from 4 pm to 6 pm. The Randolph County Democratic Party will have an entry in the parade again this year. We are going to decorate Elworth Cheek’s pretty blue pickup truck with banners and flags and Democratic veterans are asked to ride with Elworth in the parade. Afterwards, attendees are invited to Democratic Party Headquarters for a light meal and a showing of the movie, “Tuskegee Airmen”.
If you are a veteran who can ride in the parade, please send an email to email@example.com and let us know so that we can estimate how many people will be on the truck.
To help decorate the truck, please be at headquarters by 2:30 pm on Veterans Day. HQ Address is 118 North Church St, Asheboro. If you have questions about the parade or the meal and movie afterwards, please drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Monday, October 26th, 2015 at St. Luke UMC, 169 Burns St. Asheboro, NC there will be a meet and greet for municipal candidates currently running for election. This is a non-partisan event and all are welcome.
CNN is broadcasting the first Democratic Presidential Primary Debate this coming Tuesday, October 13. Coverage runs from 8 pm until 11 pm, with the actual debate starting at 9 pm.
Come to Democratic Headquarters at 118 North Church Street in Asheboro and watch the debate among friends. Doors will be open by 8 pm. Feel free to bring some snack food to share. We will also have free ice cream! All are welcome, so tell a neighbor and bring a friend.
Don’t forget that we also host a weekly Lunch discussion on topics of local interest every Tuesday. This coming Tuesday’s topic is “Randolph County Ballot Issues.” Bring your lunch and enjoy food and discussion with your fellow Democrats. Lunch begins at noon on Tuesday. And remember, we have free ice cream!