Catawba County

As Catawba County Democrats, we will make it our determined duty to make sure these values are never just words on a piece of old parchment, but instead, living realities in our lives and community. To that end, we shall work diligently to promote representative democracy and a government at all levels that is accountable to the legitimate needs, interests, and aspirations of every person, in a manner that will not diminish human dignity or those fundamental rights which are the birthright of every citizen in a free and democratic nation.

As a political party, it is our purpose to seek, find, and elect candidates who share our beliefs and values. It is to that end that we meet, organize and engage in the democratic political process. Without citizen engagement, representative government cannot endure. Without citizen participation, the freedoms we all cherish will not survive.

Therefore, we invite you to join us.

 

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Wayne Goodwin, Chair, NCDP is coming to Hickory on March 19

Attention Catawba County Democrats! We made a lot of progress in 2018. We fielded more candidates than in many years.  We had many volunteers and lots of new recruits.  We helped elected Anita Earls to the State Supreme Court and John Arrowood to the Court of Appeals. We worked really hard. While we lost the […]

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Families Belong Together – Newton, NC

Be sure to check out this nonpartisan event coming up in Catawba County… “Join us at this non-partisan event to protest the practice of separating children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. June 30th 12-2 p.m. Old Newton Courthouse Lawn (Catawba County History Museum) 30 N. College Ave. Newton, NC 28658 We will hear […]

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Please join CCDP on Monday, March 27 for a forum on The Current Status of Minority Voting Rights

  Civil Rights Historian to Speak in Hickory on March 27 On Current State of Minority Voting Rights Peyton McCrary, Ph.D., recently retired as a historian in the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, will speak on “The Current State of Minority Voting Rights” at a public forum on March 27. The […]

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