Join us as we rally for jobs, justice, and the environment! Stand in solidarity for the things we believe in, connect with others, and find out how you can get more involved!
The monthly meeting of the Craven County Democrats’ African-American caucus. Join us! All are welcome.
America is in grave danger.
With Trump’s surprise victory in November 2016, the Republican Party controls the White House and both houses of Congress, giving them free rein to take away health care from millions of Americans, threaten civil rights, declare open season on the environment and the climate, and gut services that help all Americans.
But Trump has also awakened a tide of resistance among Americans, who are standing up against Trump and his cronies — raising their voices, marching, demanding answers from their elected officials, and committing to vote in 2018.
Join us as we fight for the basic American values Trump and his cronies are threatening: Opportunity and prosperity for everyone, clean air and water and a stable climate, great public schools for our kids, and an economy that works for all of us, not just the rich and well-connected.
Last night's county Democratic Party meeting was an astounding success! We swore in our new elected county party leadership, talked about our vision for the 2018 election, and talked about some great opportunities to get involved right now. Turnout was so great that we ran out of chairs... a great problem to have!
House Bill 780 is an unconstitutional attempt to roll back the progress we've made to ensure that everyone has the right to marry the person they love, regardless of their sexual orientation... so we're not surprised that Michael Speciale, a Republican state legislator with a long pattern of carrying water for narrow special interests against ordinary North Carolinians, is one of the people behind the effort. Read our full statement on HB780.
At our county Democratic Party convention on April 1, our delegates elected a new executive board to lead our party forward into the 2017 and 2018 elections.
On January 21, over 600 women (and men) from New Bern and the surrounding region joined with over 3 million people worldwide, in the New Bern sister march for the Women's Marches in Washington, DC. …