Our Statement of Purpose

We are a diverse, inclusive community of resilient, respectful local citizens who are open-minded, compassionate and courageous.
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We are focused on facts, truth, accountability, justice, and the common good.
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We work to promote democratic ideals.
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We fight for the preservation of democracy, fair representation and governance, social justice, a healthy environment, economic opportunity and a better future for all.
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We encourage our community to be informed and involved and to elect Democrats who stand for these ideals.
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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Are you interested in phone banking or canvassing? We'd love your help. Volunteer today!

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VOTER INFORMATION

Visit our voter info page for information on voting requirements and links to voter searches.

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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

The Randolph Education Forum Returns

Join the Randolph Education Forum for this informative, non-partisan event:  Connecting the Dots for North Carolina Education Join 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