On Friday, June 24, 2016, our Democratic candidate for Governor, Roy Cooper, participated in his first debate with incumbent Republican Governor Pat McCrory. The debate was Click for full story.
Come out and meet your local Democratic candidates! Our County Commissioners, Vicki Greene and Mark Jones, are running for re-election in November. Two Republicans, Ron Click for full story.
JOB WELL DONE-TASK ACCOMPLISHED Well done everyone! I want to commend and thank each of you for your commitment to and endurance in the Democratic Party extended primary Click for full story.
We can all be proud of the things accomplished by Jackson County Democrats in the June 7 Primary! Thanks to the efforts of so many good Democratic volunteers, the ¼ Click for full story.
Here are the final results of the three items on the Democratic ballot for the June 7th election: District 11 US House of Representatives – Democratic (to run against Click for full story.
The Supreme Court of the State of North Carolina is the state’s highest appellate court. Consists of six associate justices and one chief justice Primary function is to Click for full story.
Possibly the most difficult decision on the June 7th Primary ballot is who to pick as the Democratic candidate for the District 11 U.S. Congress position, to run against Click for full story.
When you go to the polls on June 7th, you will find three items on the Democratic Ballot. One of these is a referendum to increase the sales tax in Jackson County from Click for full story.
Early voting for the June 7, 2016 Primary election begins on May 26, 2016. The 4 Early Voting/One-Stop Voting sites will be open on: Thursday, May 26 Friday, May 27 Click for full story.
Brian McMahan, Roberta Crawford and John Leopard were honored for their service to the Jackson County Democratic Party at the 2016 County Convention on April 16. McMahan, the Click for full story.