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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2014 Precinct Meetings

CANCELLATION NOTICE POSTED MONDAY MARCH 3, 2014 PRECINCT MEETINGS SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY, MARCH 3 IN ASHEBORO AND TUESDAY, MARCH 4 IN RAMSEUR WILL NOT TAKE PLACE DUE TO FORECAST ICY CONDITIONS. PLEASE MONITOR THIS SITE FOR RESCHEDULED ASHEBORO AND RAMSEUR MEETINGS. PRECINCTS AFFECTED ARE – Asheboro East, Asheboro North, Asheboro South, Asheboro West, Back Creek, Grant,

N.C. Reps. Ellmers, Holding show true colors during Tea Party shutdown

RALEIGH, NC—As thousands of everyday North Carolinians continue to suffer due to the effects the Tea Party shutdown of the federal government this week, Reps. Renee Ellmers and George Holding’s (R-NC) true colors were on clear display this week. Yesterday in an interview with ABC affiliate WTVD Rep. Ellmers, who voted to shutdown the government

RANDOLPH COUNTY DEMOCRATS 5th Annual Defending Democracy Banquet

All Democrats Are Invited To The RANDOLPH COUNTY DEMOCRATS 5th Annual Defending Democracy Banquet   Thursday, August 29, 2013, 6:30 PM Vision of Unity Banquet Center 1513 N Fayetteville St, Asheboro, NC (In Northgate Shopping Center) Keynote Speaker Elaine Marshall, NC Secretary of State The Theme of our banquet this year is “Women, Moral Leaders

Governor Pat McCrory: Veto Regressive Elections Bill

Hello Friends, Many of us have signed the petition “Governor Pat McCrory: Veto Regressive Elections Bill” on Change.org. It’s important. Will you sign it too? Here’s the link: http://www.change.org/petitions/governor-pat-mccrory-veto-regressive-elections-bill?share_id=TtlULdFRPz&utm_campaign=signature_receipt&utm_medium=email&utm_source=share_petition After you sign the Attorney General’s petition, you may want to mark your calendar on August 24 to help commemorate the Asheboro Sit-in participants and marchers.