October meeting for the Democratic Women of Craven County. Guest speaker: Wayne Goodwin, North Carolina Insurance Commissioner, running for reelection in 2016.
In Election 2016, the stakes couldn’t be higher: Will we make progress toward opportunity, unity, and prosperity for all—or will we slide backward into cronyism, division, and hate?
Learn more about November’s elections and how we can work together to make Craven County, North Carolina, and America stronger under Democratic leadership.
Or download a printable sample ballot (PDF) to bring into the polling place so you can find your Democratic candidates and cast your ballot for opportunity, unity, and prosperity for all.
The early voting plan for Craven County has been approved by the Board of Elections. We'll have 16 days of early voting, from October 20 to November 5. This includes one Sunday of early voting: …
In an election year when so much is being decided about the future of our county, our state, and our country, it's important to make sure you vote Democratic from the top of the ticket to the very bottom... so we've made it easy by putting together a sample ballot you can take into the voting booth with you.
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