Will you join us next Saturday, August 1, for a virtual Membership Drive? On August 1, Democratic Women from across our state will be making calls to prospective members and asking them to join our ranks. Why? To ensure that Democrats will win in 2020. Every new member we get is one more person
Are you supporting a candidate or a Democratic party group with Social Media? You might be interested in taking a Deep Dive into the Basics of Social Media, an online workshop provided by the National Democratic Training Committee. This event is July 23 from 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Best
View the Campaign 2020 Timeline from Super Tuesday through the final election canvass on November 13. Sign Up for one of DWWC’s Campaign 2 Win Summer Activities.
COVID-19WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER! The three W’S keeps us healthy and stops the spread of the virus. Let’s support each other and keep NC healthy. For more information visit our COVID-19 page.
Why is the Census Important? Results are used to help determine: How more than $675 billion in federal funding is distributed to states and communities. These funds are spent on schools, hospitals, roads, public works and other vital programs. The number of seats each state gets in Congress. How state
On Thursday, June 25, the Democratic Women of Wake County welcomed the First Lady of North Carolina, Kristin Cooper, our featured guest speaker for our June meeting.First Lady Cooper shared with the virtual crowd her priorities for North Carolina and encouraged participation in this important election year. First Lady Cooper answered