By Penny Smith Did you, like me, get a couple of glossy mailers about all the good things that Mike Clampitt did for us in the 2017 legislative session? They were funded by Click for full story.
The Jackson County Democratic Men are hosting a supper and informal gathering with the three men running to be the Democratic candidate for U.S. Congress from the North Click for full story.
By Penny Smith Rachael Bade, “Ethics report: Meadows’ staff complained of harassment,” Politico (updated 8/17/2016); “Ethics Office: Meadows Likely in Violation of Click for full story.
By Penny Smith Our current Lt. Governor, Dan Forest, a Republican, is already gearing up to run for Governor. Yes, we are one of several states where you can have a member of Click for full story.
Here is a link to the best article I have read on the January 9, 2018 Federal Court ruling about the gerrymandered congressional districts in North Carolina. My key Click for full story.
On Tuesday, January 23, 2018, 6:30pm at party headquarters, 500 Mill St., Sylva, the January meeting of the Jackson County Democratic Party will feature the third person to Click for full story.
The Jackson County Democratic Party monthly meeting for November, 2017, will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 6:30pm at Democratic Headquarters on Mill St. in Sylva. Note that Click for full story.
The Democratic Women of Jackson County (DWJC) invited former state representative Joe Sam Queen to speak at their monthly meeting on October 12, 2017. Joe Sam Queen has 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.
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.