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Greensboro, NC – On Saturday, November 9th, 2013 LGBT Democrats from across North Carolina met at Guilford College to elect new officers and chart a path for future growth. Members from near and far assembled as outgoing President, Ryan Butler, … Continue reading
By-Laws were amended Oct 6 and have been updated on the By-Laws page. The LGBT Democrats Caucus Executive Committee will meet briefly before the beginning of the upcoming SEC meeting and recess after determining the best time and place to meet during … Continue reading
Saturday, October 6, 2012 Join the LGBT Democrats of North Carolina for our Second Annual State Convention held in conjunction with Asheville Pride and the NC Democratic Party’s Western Gala. Date: 10/6/2012 Time: 4:00PM – 6:00PM Location: Grove Park Inn, … Continue reading
Excellent video of LGBT DEMs of NC President Ryan Butler on C-SPAN Sunday morning discussing the Democratic National Convention. Including viewer call-in, Ryan does a great job.
Plan to attend the LGBT Democrats Convention Kickoff!! August 31, 2012 – 8pm Convention Kickoff on the campus of UNCG – Old Town Draught House [1205 Spring Garden Street, Greensboro, NC 27403] 7pm Executive Committee Meeting in Room 202 of the … Continue reading
Early voting begins on April 19 and we are all working hard to defeat the proposed Amendment on the May 8 primary ballot… You can help, too! It’s important.
By unanimous voice vote, the LGBT Democrats of NC was officially chartered by the NC State Democratic Party State Executive Committee. Thank you, NC Democrats!
As Stella Adams put it so well, “We were occupying Jones Street [in Raleigh] 6 years ago, well before anyone was occupying Wall Street!” From Action NC: Every February, thousands of North Carolinians assemble on Jones Street for the Historic … Continue reading
Your President’s Council has been hard at work preparing for the upcoming SEC meeting at the end of January. At this meeting a vote will be taken on making the LGBT Democrats of North Carolina an official auxiliary of the … Continue reading