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Join us on Thursday with Special Guest Matt Hughes!

March 21, 2017Blog Post

Join us on March 23 as we host Matt Hughes, newly elected Second Vice Chair of the NC Democratic Party. Doors open at 6 with light refreshments, and the program starts at 6:30pm. The Lee County Democratic Part HQ is at 711 Carthage Street, in Sanford.

 

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DNC Watch Party on Thursday!

July 24, 2016Blog Post

Come join us at the LCDP headquarters and watch history being made, as Democrats nominate Hillary Clinton for the office of President of the United States! Refreshments will be provided.

When: Thursday, July 28 at 6:30pm

Where: Lee County Democratic Party Headquarters, 711 Carthage St., Sanford

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Convention, 2016!

April 6, 2016Blog Post

Calling all Lee County Democrats!  Please join us for our 2016 County Convention on Saturday, April 16 at the old Lee County Courthouse (1400 S. Horner Blvd).  

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Pete Glidewell Files for US Congress

March 25, 2016Blog Post

At noon today, the filing period closed and Pete Glidewell's fall campaign begins! Pete spoke to Democrats at our March meeting, and promised to stand for creating US jobs. We are excited to hear that Pete Glidewell is our candidate, and look forward to helping him win in November!

Check out Pete's message to supporters:

Let’s Put American Jobs First! 

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March Meeting, featuring Susan Byerly!

March 17, 2016Blog Post

When: Tuesday, March 22, 2016. 6:30pm-7:30pm

Where: Lee County Democratic Headquarters , 711 Carthage St., Sanford 

 

Join us for our March meeting! We will be joined by Susan Byerly, Democratic candidate for NC Senate 12, as well as other local Democrats who are on our ballot in November. Please come, and show your support!

Respond to this event on our Facebook page, and while you're there, "Like" our page!

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We need your help on Election Day! Please save the date!

March 17, 2016Blog Post

The biggest volunteer event of the year for us is Election Day!  On Tuesday, November 8, The Lee County Democratic Party needs 150 volunteers to cover all of the voting precincts, staff runner and observer porsitions, and make phone calls at HQ. We need drivers to take people to the polls, and people to just staff the phones in the office. 

By saving this date now, and letting us know, you can be a part of something enormous and worthwhile. Thank you!

Click Here to Volunteer!

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Votebuilder 101 - 201 Training, April 23, 2016

March 15, 2016Blog Post

Ready to help your fellow Democrats maximize our data-driven campaigns? Interested in the technology behind political campaigns, and want to help in 2016? Have you been trained on Votebuilder in the past, but want to sharpen your skills to use this year?

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2016 Calendar of Events

February 27, 2016Blog Post

  2016 Calendar Events

Lee County Democratic Party and North Carolina Democratic Party
(for the latest information and details, visit our Event pages on Facebook)

 

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Join us for the 2015 Recognition Dinner!

November 6, 2015Blog Post

The political season is over (the next one is right around the corner), and as Democrats we feel a mixture of emotions about the 2015 Municipal Elections.  There is much to reflect upon and celebrate, though, as the Democratic Party achieved most of the goals it set for itself at the beginning of the year.  The party is strong, thanks in no small part to our donors and volunteers.

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Bills Filed by Rep. Robert Reives and Rep. Brad Salmon to Protect Landowners from Forced Pooling and Mandate Chemical Disclosures in Fracking

April 17, 2015Blog Post

On Tuesday,  Representative Robert Reives and Representative Brad Salmon filed two bills dealing with hydraulic fracturing in North Carolina – House Bills 772 and 773.  These bills address two major concerns about fracking.

 

House Bill 772 seeks to offer land owners across our state property protections by preventing what is commonly referred to as forced pooling – a practice  that allows the extraction of natural gas from underneath one’s property without the property owner’s consent. 

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