Spring Rally 2017

The Haywood County Democratic Party announces its 2017 Spring Rally. We will be at the Maggie Valley Inn (70 Soco Road, Maggie Valley) on Tuesday May 23 at 5:30 pm. The keynote speaker for the rally will be Cliff Moone, former chair of the Catawba County Democratic Party and a current member of the North Carolina delegation to the Democratic National Committee.  He’ll be giving us a “state of the Democratic Party” address. Join us for the fish fry and speakers, and featuring our famous cake raffle!

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Matt Coffay Announces For Congress at the Medicare for All Town Hall

The NC11 district-wide rally saw hundreds of supporters of Medicare for All out to confront the missing Mark Meadows despite the rain. See the Mountaineer article here: Coffay announces candidacy at 11th District rally . And for more information on Matt go to CoffayForCongress.com.

Fair Vote Town Hall

The US is the only democracy in the world that allows ts elected officials to draw their own voting districts. This gives politicians the ability to pick their voters rather than voters choosing their politicians. A Non-Partisan Town Hall will be held on Wednesday June 14 at 7 pm at the Haywood College Auditorium, 185 Freedlander Dr, Clyde.



 Regular Monthly Meetings

Go Beyond Voting – 2nd Saturday of the month – 10am – Democratic Headquarters

Democratic Women – 3rd Thursday of the month – 6:30pm – Democratic Headquarters

Senior Democrats –  last Tuesday of every month – 1:00pm – Democratic Headquarters

Democratic Men – 4th Thursday of the month – 6:00pm – Captain’s Bay, Russ Ave, Waynesville

Executive Meeting – 3rd Monday of each month – 6:30pm –  Democratic Headquarters

Auxiliary Groups

Go Beyond Voting

Meeting once a month, Saturdays at 10:00am, the Roundtable welcomes Haywood Democrats anxious to meet and discuss issues with like-minded people. Attend to voice your thoughts and discuss political issues as well as develop strategies, check facts, write letters, and create informational brochures. 2nd Saturday of the month – 10am – Democratic Headquarters

Democratic Women

The objectives of the Haywood County Democratic Women’s Club are to support the principles of the Democratic Party; to encourage able Democratic women to seek public office; and to participate in Democratic Party activities. The HCDWC also works to elect Democratic Party candidates and lends support to Democratic elected officials. Come join us! – 3rd Thursday of the month – 6:30pm -Democratic Headquarters, Judy Russell, President, djrussell2003@att.net

Senior Democrats

The objectives of the Haywood County Senior Democrats are to work to get Democratic candidates elected to public office; to advocate for issues of concern to seniors; and to educate voters and potential voters about issues and candidates.  Any registered Democrat over the age of 50 is eligible for membership. Come join us!  –  last Tuesday of every month – 1:00 pm @Democratic Headquarters
Juanita Dixon, President, sjdixon28716@yahoo.com

Democratic Men

The purpose of the Haywood County Democratic Men’s Club is to promote the interests of the Democratic Party and to help get Democratic candidates elected to all levels of government. In addition, the club provides financial assistance and counsel to the Haywood Democratic Party. Join us the 4th Thursday of the month – Captain’s Bay, Russ Ave.
Tom Alexander, President, RTA95240@gmail.com

Young Democrats

Efforts are underway to reorganize the Haywood County Young Democrats. Any registered Democrat under the age of 36 interested in joining should contact Will Shuford at shufordwill@gmail.com

Any group of 5 or more young Democrats can organize within their county as an official chapter of Young Democrats of North Carolina (YDNC). By promoting the values of freedom, fairness, equality and social justice, the Young Democrats organization provides the youth of North Carolina a vehicle for progressive change.