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  • Rep. David Price Town Halls March 4-13 in Knightdale, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill and Raleigh

    "As your Member of Congress, I want to hear from you about what I can do to better represent you in Washington.  

  • January Organizing Meeting

    January Organizing Meeting

    The OCDP will be holding a follow-up organizing meeting on Sunday, January 29, 2017 from 4pm to 6pm at Cedar Ridge High School (1125 New Grady Brown School Road, Hillsborough) in the auditorium.

    Topics will include:

    • Overview of Orange County and North Carolina Data/Election Results
    • Action Plans for Out of County Organizing
    • Breakout groups
    • Next Steps for Voter Registration and Education, Community Outreach, Messaging, and Social Media
  • Women's March on Raleigh Details

    Raleigh March Details


    Date:  JANUARY 21st, 2017


        10:00 AM - Gathering at starting point

        10:30 AM - March steps off

        11:30 AM - Rally


    Meet at City Plaza on Fayetteville Street in front of Marriott Hotel


    There will be a lot of people at this event. If you are planning to meet up with a group, it is recommended that you agree on a meet-up location prior to Saturday. There will be many friendly volunteers, security, etc. but please take responsibility for keeping your group together.

    * WMOR would like to offer a friendly reminder to all participants of the march and of the rally, that the event is encouraging a family friendly environment, welcoming persons of all ages and backgrounds. Please, keep that in mind as you prepare your posters, shirts, and other visual aids, and be mindful to the sensitivities and comfort of others.

    Accessibility: Contact Amy Elrod for questions about accessibility:

  • Northern Orange Democrats Breakfast - January 14, 2017

    The New Year had at least one good start...Roy Cooper took the oath of office on January 1, and is now Governor of North Carolina! That said, Democrats need to reshape or rebuild so that Democrats make significant gains at election time, at all levels, in the years to come. 
    The National Democratic Party will be electing new leadership several weeks hence, and some of the people who have expressed interest in the position include: Representative Keith Ellison, out-going Labor Secretary Tom Perez, former Gov. Martin O'Malley, SC Party Chair Jaime Harrison, NH Party Chair Ray Buckley, and MO Sec'y of State Jason Kander. 
    In North Carolina, Patsy Keever is stepping down as NCDP Chair, and the current list of candidates to take the helm on February 11, include: former Commissioner of Insurance Wayne Goodwin, Janice Covington, Marshall Adame and Dick Crews. Who will unite the party under one banner, one message, that will motivate voters to vote Democrat and assure progress forward in the 21st century? 
    At the next gathering of the Northern Orange Democrats Breakfast Group, we will talk about party leadership at the national, state and county levels. Join the discussion and tell us what you have read, heard or seen. 
    Saturday, January 14, 2017
    9:00a to 10:15a
    The Village Diner
    600 West King St, Hillsborough NC
    Please remember that The Village Diner is a business and the minimum charge is $6 per person, per the management.
  • Women's March on Raleigh

    Women’s March on Raleigh
    WHAT:             Women’s March on Raleigh
                           A March and Rally In Solidarity with The Women’s March on Washington
    WHY:                 Because women's rights are human rights, we march and rally to speak with a unified voice. Women stand together in solidarity with our partners, allies, and children for the protection of our  rights, our safety, our health, and our families -- recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country.
    WHEN:             11:00am – 1:00pm, Saturday, January 21, 2017
                               10:30am Gather for March. Step off from City Plaza at 11 am (south end of Fayetteville St)           
    WHERE:           MARCH – From City Plaza – Downtown Raleigh to Moore Square RALLY - MOORE SQUARE - 200 S. Blount St. at E. Hargett St (surrounded by parking decks)
    WHO:          Everyone who supports justice and equality and wants to make a
                         stand to fight for our values. Social justice, advocacy, and service
                         organizations will be on-hand to showcase their important work
                         and sign up volunteers.
    INFO:           Facebook: Womens March Raleigh.
                         Twitter: coming
    HOW:           With your involvement and help!
                          Sign up to volunteer, attend, and/or donate by emailing
    COMMITTEES:             Program, Outreach, Logistics, Publicity/Social Media, Volunteers, Fundraising/Finance. Short time until Jan 21, 2017, so consider making a time-limited commitment to work on this event!