Annual Precinct Organization Meetings

organization

The Randolph County Democratic Party will hold annual precinct organizational meetings on Saturday, February 27 at Democratic Party Headquarters, 118 N Church St, Asheboro, NC 27203. Specific precinct meeting times are listed at the end of this announcement.

Jim Meredith, Randolph County Democratic Party Chair, said “Apathy is the enemy of democracy. The success of our government depends on the active interest and participation of its citizens. We are fortunate to have some great candidates running in Randolph County. Every Democrat is urged to attend his precinct meeting to learn more about the candidates, the issues and how all of us can do our part in this important election year.”

Please find your precinct and meeting time below. All meetings take place Saturday, February 27 at 118 N Church St, Asheboro, NC, 27203 and each will last about an hour. Snacks and coffee will be provided.

9 AM Asheboro East, Asheboro North, Asheboro South, Asheboro West

10 AM Back Creek, Randleman, Providence, Level Cross

11 AM New Market, Archdale, Trinity, Trinity Tabernacle

Noon Grant, Southern, Southwest, Tabernacle

1 PM Union Grove, Deep River, Liberty, Staley

2 PM Ramseur, Southeast

Attendees will elect precinct officers and delegates to the County Convention to be held in April. Meetings are free and open to registered Democrats residing in the precincts. All are encouraged to attend.

More information may be obtained by visiting our office at 118 N Church Street in Asheboro, or calling us at (336)629-9003. Voters may also visit our website at www.randolphcountydems.org,  our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/RandolphCountyDemocraticParty, or email randolphdem@gmail.com.

 

 

Voter ID Presentation of the NC State Board of Elections.

vote-id-required

On Tuesday, February 23, Jennifer Faulkner of the NC State Board of Elections will present a program on the new Voter ID requirements that take effect this year. The program begins at 6:30 pm at the Randolph County Historic 1909 Courthouse located at 145 Worth Street, Asheboro, NC. There will be time for questions and answers after the main presentation. This program is sponsored by the Randolph County Democratic Party, and is free and open to the public. Please join us to learn more about the new requirements.

This event is not sponsored by the Randolph County Government

 

Lunch & Learn Topics for February

Please join us for our “What’s on your mind, Randolph County?” series of lunchtime discussions, every Tuesday at noon, at the Democratic Headquarters. Bring your lunch and join the conversation.

Our topics for February are:

February 2 – Voter Registration – Randolph County Democratic Women will supply us with a delicious hot lunch for this event. We ask that you please make a donation to the RCDW to help cover their costs.

February 9 –  Voting Records of Federal Legislators

February 16 –  Voting Records of State Legislators

February 23 – Voting Records of Local Legislators

The Randolph Education Forum Returns

Join the Randolph Education Forum for this informative, non-partisan event: 

Connecting the Dots for North Carolina Education

REF LOGOJoin the Randolph Education Forum and Public Schools First NC at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, January 19, 2016 for a conversation about public education in North Carolina. PSFNC will present “Connecting the Dots,” an overview of the 2015 legislation that impacted our public schools and a preview of the upcoming 2016 Legislative Session. The meeting will be held in the Historic Randolph County Courthouse at 145 Worth Street in Asheboro. There will be an opportunity for Q&A at the end of the presentation.
 
More information about Public Schools First NC may be found online at PublicSchoolsFirstNC.org.
 
More information about the Randolph Education Forum may be found on our Facebook page at Randolph Education Forum on Facebook .
 
For more information about this event, you may email the Randolph Education Forum at randolpheducationforum@gmail.com or call (336) 317-1182.