Instead of a December General Body meeting, we will join together to volunteer at the local food bank.
Join us for an event to support the Young Democrats of Wake County at Transfer Co. Food Hall! We are glad to have Triangle-based Young Democrats NC Rep. Zack Hawkins, Wake County Commissioner Jessica Holmes, Hillsborough City Commissioner Matt Hughes, and Wake County Soil and Water Conservation Supervisor Jenna Wadsworth to be our honored guests.
We invite you to join the Wake County Young Democrats at Bittersweet for our annual Valentine's Day Social. We'll be serving drinks and dessert, and talking about how WakeYD is going to have a major impact this year. Whether you've been to a meeting before, or are just curious about the organization, we invite you to come out and have a drink with us!
Your $15 admission includes your drinks, food and evening of hanging out with local leaders who want to make a difference this year. Tickets are limited, so don't delay!
Brian Farkas' campaign is holding a fundraiser in Chapel Hill on June 29th from 5:00 to 7:00 pm! They're running a great campaign out east and would love to get the Triangle YD's together one evening and provide updates on the campaign!
If interested please RSVP at https://act.myngp.com/Forms/-5571532612307974144.
5pm: VIP Registration Opens
6pm: VIP Reception Begins; Registration for GA Opens
7pm: Seated dinner and Program
The North Carolina Democratic Party's annual Jefferson Jackson Dinner will be held on June 11, 2016 following our state convention.
The NCDP's Jefferson Jackson Dinner is a state-wide, time-honored tradition that has been held annually for more than 80 years.
This year's dinner will feature Attorney General and Democratic Candidate for Governor, Roy Cooper, as well as other special guests to be announced in the coming weeks.
As a battleground state in 2016, we are extremely excited about our candidate slate and our ability to elect Democrats from the court house to the White House. The North Carolina
Democratic Party is proud to stand behind candidates who will fight for ALL North Carolinians.
North Carolina is a state rich history, beauty and talent, with a people as diverse as our landscape. From the sandy shores of the Atlantic Ocean to the majestic beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains, we want to ensure that our state remains a place that people want to call home. From family farms to multi-national corporations, our North Carolina is one where equality, opportunity and prosperity are available to ALL.
Join us on June 11 as we celebrate our shared democratic values and look forward to victory in November. This year's dinner is expected to SELL OUT, so don't wait - reserve your ticket TODAY!
For questions please contact Katherine Cadwallader, Finance Director, at email@example.com (best method) or 919.821.2777 x 211.
Become a voice for LGBT North Carolinians
Take a day off from work and come to Raleigh to organize, plan, and work for Equality with your friends at Equality NC. Bring your own friends, family, or coworkers to this momentum-building event. Thank your legislators, or hold them accountable, for the votes they took and will take. Then, meet back to share your experiences before taking these conversations home to organize and mobilize your community to take action.
Work for Equality like never before
We are organizing this year's Day of Advocacy as a day of action featuring all-new training sessions to build your skills in our collective efforts to promote statewide LGBT visibility and protect North Carolina's LGBT workers. These skills will be invaluable as you head back to your local communities and galvanize our shared state into action to work for Equality in 2016 and beyond.
The Connie Spry Fund was created by a generous donor to honor the memory of a former board member Connie Spry, a strong advocate for the transgender community. The fund will provide assistance in covering transportation and lodging costs for transgender Day of Advocacy participants with financial need. CLICK HERE to learn more.
Come kick off the first Wake County Young Democrats' social of the year with two special guests: Dan Blue III, candidate for NC Treasurer, and Mary Ann Baldwin, four-term at large Raleigh City Councilor.
Dan Blue III will speak about his journey to politics and lessons he's learned along the way and Mary Ann will talk about the influence of local politics and the current projects the City has underway!
P.S. If hearing from Dan Blue III and Mary Ann Baldwin is not enough of a reason for you to come out, we'll also have free beer and wine!
I am so excited to announce that this year the 2016 Teen, College, and Young Democrats of North Carolina Convention will be held in Raleigh, NC!
The convention serves as a great opportunity to network and meet with like-minded young professionals across the state and also gain a deeper understanding of both North Carolina politics and various campaign-related skills. Register here today!
Come join the Wake County Young Democrats as we all vote early together in the North Carolina primary election!
We will meet at the Wilmington Street parking deck at 12:00 pm on Saturday, March 12th and all walk together to vote early at the Wake County Board of Elections office on Salisbury street in downtown Raleigh!
Please join the Wake County Young Democrats for our annual Valentine's Day cocktail event held at Bittersweet in downtown Raleigh. We hope to see you there!
-$25 - young professionals/young democrat
-$50 - Young at Heart
-$100 - Friend
-$250 - Sponsor
-$500 - Young Democrats Circle
Tickets can be purchased at the following link: http://www.wakeyd.org/valentines_cocktailvalentines_cocktail