We’d like to introduce our candidates for District Court Judge, Brooke Schmidly. Brooke is the most qualified candidate running. Follow Brooke’s Campaign on Facebook From her website: “Brooke was born and raised in NC. She spent her weekends and summers in Asheboro with her dad, even working as a receptionist in her current firm when
★Archdale Monday September 24, 2018 at Creekside Park, 214 Park Dr, Archdale, NC 27263 from 5:30-8:00pm. Free hot dogs will be served and there will also be a vegetarian option. Confirmed candidates in attendance will be: NC Senate: Bill McCaskill NC House: Mary Rulli Randolph County Commissioner: Elworth Cheek, Bob Morrison, and Bob Kollm District Court Judge: Brooke Schmidly
Our 2018 Randolph County Democratic Candidates are going on a Listening Tour to hear your concerns and ideas. They want to meet you and talk about what they can do to help the people of Randolph County. After all, if elected, they will be working for YOU. So far, there are two confirmed dates: ★Seagrove Sunday September 9, 2018
We’d like to introduce our outstanding candidates for our NC State Legislature. These are the folks who have stepped up to help us break the majority in Raleigh and bring some sensibility back to our state government. Campaign signs are available at Democratic Headquarters located at 114 Sunset Ave. Asheboro, NC. Hours are Monday-Friday 11:00am-2:00pm.
We’d like to introduce three excellent candidates for Randolph County Board of Commissioners. Bob Kollm from Archdale, is running for the District 2 seat. Elworth (Boo) Cheek from Ramseur is running for the District 3 seat and Bob Morrison from Asheboro is running for the District 4 seat. All of these gentlemen would make fine
For the past few years we have offered gift baskets and single items for auction to raise money for our Party. This year is no different. Here is a preview of some of the items that will be up for grabs. We reserve the right to add more items to baskets before the Gala if
Make your voice heard! As you may have heard, Randolph County’s early voting plan was not decided upon by our county Board of Elections. The plans put forward at the county level will now be submitted to the State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement. The Board is asking for public comments on early voting in
Folks, we need your help, immediately. Senator Jerry Tillman and his buddies are at it again. They have filed a bill, S325, which will make it harder for you to vote early come November. We need you to [quickly!] read the following information and then call your legislators in Raleigh. I mean it. Clog up those phone lines about