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Carter County Democratic Women to Meet

Sunday, October 26th, 2014

There will be a regular meeting of the Carter County Democratic Women on Tuesday, October 28th. The meeting will be at Dino’s Restaurant on Elk Avenue in Downtown Elizabethton. The business meeting will start at 6 p.m. with Pat Buck presiding. Those who would like to fellowship and have their dinner are requested to arrive by 5:15 p.m. in order to be able to order and be served before the meeting. Meeting topics will include 2014 updates on candidates and amendment initiatives. There will also be planning for the upcoming Christmas banquet and the silent auction.

Carter County Democrats Gather for Convention

Friday, March 11th, 2011

Carter County Democrats will gather together April 2nd for their biennial county reorganization and county convention. This meeting will result in newly elected or re-elected Democratic Party officers who will lead the party through the 2012 election cycle. Any active or interested Democrats are welcome to join for fellowship, planning, and official business. The meeting will be held at the Carter County courthouse. Registration begins at 10 a.m. with doors closing and the meeting commencing at 11 a.m.

In 2008 over 5000 Carter County voters supported President Obama. The county convention is an opportunity for those voters to connect with one another and decide how best to support the Democratic Party and our candidates in 2012.

“Even though Carter County has recently voted Republican, I believe the current attacks on the working and middle class will cause a backlash against Republicans which will tip the scales towards the Democratic Party. As the far right becomes more and more controlled by multinational corporations and large money special interest groups, the Democratic Party best represents the needs and values of the citizens of Carter County,” says Mike Lane, Carter County Democratic Party Chair. For more information, please visit CarterDems.com or call 423-929-7754