Dear JacksonDems, I had to share this story with you. We all come from different backgrounds and have our own, personal reasons for our political opinions, but many of us Click for full story.
Election Day is almost upon us, but you don’t have to wait until November 8th to cast your vote. Early “One-Stop” Voting starts Thursday, October 20th and Click for full story.
Democratic Women of Jackson County Annual Fundraiser & Chili Dinner Friday, October 28th, 5:30–8:00 p.m. Jackson County Family Resource Center (Old Webster Click for full story.
The Jackson County Democratic Party strongly endorses Hillary Clinton for President of the United States of America and condemns Donald Trump as unfit for the Office of the Click for full story.
Here are just a few reasons to attend this Tuesday’s debate between Jane Hipps and Jim Davis: We want to pack the audience with Democrats. Here in our county, we Click for full story.
Are you looking for something to do on Saturday night? Come on over to the Family Resource Center in Webster (the old rock school) for a traditional Poor Man’s Click for full story.
In this edition, we will focus on the local and state-wide races. Having just watched both the Republican and the Democratic Conventions, the Jackson County Democratic Party Click for full story.
NC State Law requires that Jackson County offer one stop voting for 464 hours in the General election. This number is unique to Jackson County and is based on the hours of Click for full story.
On September 10th, a busload of North Carolina Democratic candidates toured some western counties, including Jackson. Local candidates were also on hand and the crowd at Click for full story.
This is a representation of the General Election ballot Jackson County voters will receive at polls on November 8, 2016. To help Democrats identify the Democratic Click for full story.