Dr. Bobbie Richardson, 1st Vice-Chair of the NC Democratic Party, was the speaker at our November meeting. In her role as a leader of the Party, she compared our political standing with an automobile’s check engine light. Taking on the role of a mechanic. she suggested things we could do
Eric Holder dropped by the office of the Wake County Democrats and thanked local volunteers for their work.
DWWC, let’s join the Emergency Movement to demand a recall of the “crooked” Republican vote called by Speaker Tim Moore on 9/11 that overturned Governor Cooper’s Budget Veto. Let’s support Representative Deb Butler and all our Democratic Representatives who stood for us and our vote. We will not yield buttons,
Saturday, July 27th the DWWC Board of Directors met at Arise CoWorking Community where they had fun, got to know each other and planned for the coming year. I so appreciate you sharing your Saturday with DWWC and your commitment to the work we are doing on behalf of our members and to help our party WIN now and in 2020. “Together we are stronger” and together we are better!
The Membership meetings and the Board of Directors Meetings have been added to the calendar. The first membership meeting is Thursday, September 26th, a dinner meeting from 6:00-7:30 pm at NC University Club. The program will be a candidate forum for the Municipal elections. For more information about the upcoming municipal elections, check out Voter Information
Our membership meetings will rotate between evening and lunch time. Additional information will be provided through Constant Contact email. Registration will soon be added to the event on our calendar.
Thank you to all our guest and DWWC members for making our 50th Anniversary Unity Breakfast on June 8th a Success! Thank you Congresswoman Alma Adams for your powerful words that encourage us to “Unite, Empower and Engage”. Congratulations to Rachel Eagles, 2019 Jeannette Hyde Awardee and Marine McKinley, 2019