Take Action Today
Make a Plan to Vote
North Carolinians have THREE options to vote in the 2020 General Election: vote at a One-Stop Early Voting Site in your county of residence, vote absentee by-mail, or vote at your local precinct polling place on Election Day.
The ongoing public health crisis poses many challenges, but we cannot let those challenges prevent us from exercising our voice. Make your plan to vote today.
Complete your Census Questionnaire
The decennial census is used to determine congressional representation, as well as the allocation of national resources for education, healthcare, infrastructure, and more.
As of September 18, North Carolina's 62.2% self-response rate lagged the 66% national self-response rate. The ongoing public health crisis is expected to critically curtail census field operations, so proactive self-response is now more critical than ever.
Take Action in the Weeks Ahead
Volunteer with the North Carolina Democratic Party Coordinated Campaign
The North Carolina Democratic Party Coordinated Campaign is working in conjunction with local Democratic party organizations across the state to elect Democratic candidates up-and-down the ballot in 2020.
The 2020 General Election could be the most consequential of our lifetime. Sign up to volunteer and work towards a brighter future.
Volunteer with County-to-County
The County-to-County program is at the forefront of the collective effort to regain Democratic control of the North Carolina General Assembly.
County-to-County utilizes a robust volunteer network to support County Democratic Executive Committees and Democratic legislative candidates across the state. Volunteer with County-to-County to help Democrats re-take the North Carolina state House and North Carolina state Senate.
Contribute to the 4th Congressional District Democratic Executive Committee
The 4th Congressional District Democratic Executive Committee depends upon grassroots donations to carry out its mission to support Democrats in Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Orange, Vance, and Wake counties. Contributions are utilized to develop vital Democratic Party infrastructure and assist Democratic candidates at the local, state, and federal levels within the district.
Contributions will be graciously accepted through the secure online portal linked below or via check mailed to:
PO Box 12143 Durham, NC 27709.
Contributions will only be accepted when in accordance with state and federal law. Contributors must provide their full name, address, and contact information, as well as their most recent occupation and employer, if applicable.