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Thank You Wainwright Sponsors!

The Craven County Democratic Party sincerely appreciates the businesses that sponsored the 2022 Wainwright Dinner on April 22, 2022.

Early Voting in 2022

Don’t want to worry about long lines on Election Day? Stop by One-Stop Early voting and get your vote in. We’re encouraging as many people as possible to vote early and bring as many friends, family members, and neighbors with them as possible!

FAQs about Voting

Have questions about voting? We have answers. Be prepared before you head to the polls.

2022 Precinct Organizing Meetings

The heart of the Democratic Party is the precinct organization. These are neighborhood Democratic groups, devoted to making our neighborhoods better by raising up great Democratic candidates and getting out the vote in our neighborhoods. Your voting precinct — your Election Day polling place — is also your Democratic Party precinct.

Office Hours

Craven County Headquarters is OPEN for business! Fridays 1-5PM, and Saturdays 10AM-2PM from Friday March 25 until May 14.

Twilight Women’s March

The name “Twilight March” was chosen to emphasize the metaphoric “sunsetting” of women’s bodily autonomy under the law. The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments in December testing a Mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks, a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade. The New Bern event was one of more than 600 similar gatherings and rallies taking place nationwide October 2.

Letter to the Editor about the CRT Vote

A growing number of folks in our community are concerned about the Commission’s continuing drift to the fringes.  Here in Craven County, we need a Commission that cares about all citizens and devotes its attention to real county business.

Redistricting

The redistricting process has been held behind closed doors allowing politicians to decide their voters by splitting up our communities, putting communities together with different concerns and needs causing a split in our voting power and creating districts and maps that do not represent us and where we live.

Thank You from the CCDP Officers

Although we were not successful in getting them to take no action on the resolution, we made an impact with the number of people, over 1,000, that voiced their opinions against it. It is important to speak out to our elected officials to make sure they know how we, their constituents, feel about their actions or lack of actions.

Memo on CRT

In a symbolic gesture, the Craven County Commissioners have agreed to hold a vote August 2, 2021 on a resolution opposing the teaching or promotion of critical race theory and several other educational tools that seek to shed light on the country’s troubled racial history. We the undersigned, are concerned citizens who urge the Craven County Commissioners to not take any actions regarding CRT or other educational tools regarding our racial history.