Look at the recent Daily Bits on the website. What Iowa can do to keep its caucus first, A Democratic candidate for US Senate at work Political Note #268 Roy Cooper Governor North Carolina 2020 General Election North Carolina can be the next Virginia. In 2017, Virginia elected Democrats as Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General and almost achieved a majority in the House of Delegates. In 2019, Virginia elected enough Democrats to the House of Delegates so they had a majority; enough Democrats to the State Senate so that body had a majority, too. North Carolina currently has a…
North Carolina may be the next Virginia. Move it further along in that direction by electing Cal Cunningham to the US Senate
Give some money to tech entrepreneur and former Greenville Mayor Allen Thomas in NC 03. Give some money to former Marine and solar and internet entrepreneur Dan McCready in NC 09. Good choices for North Carolina. Good choices for us all.
Allen Thomas. BA Eastern Carolina, MBS UNC. Technology entrepreneur, former Mayor of Greenville, former head of Quad East economic development agency. Do what you can to help him. A victory would have an enormous payoff.
The ten freshmen of the “Gang of Nine” (Conor Lamb elected in a special from PA 17 is the tenth) who flipped Republican seats could use an eleventh. Help Dan McCready.
Roy Cooper was elected Governor of North Carolina in 2016. After sixteen years as attorney general. A Morehouse Scholar at the University of North Carolina. His election as Governor reflected his strengths and a changing North Carolina.
Dan McCready is a good fit for this military-admiring, business-oriented district filled with people who take themselves seriously. He joined the marines after finishing at Duke.
Allen Thomas is the Democratic nominee. He is not a candidate of resentment. He is a candidate of aspirations.
Linda Coleman is one of ten children. She worked in the tobacco fields to earn clothing money for school. She went to North Carolina AT&T University and studied education. She taught school, then left for the University of Pittsburgh to get a Master's in Public Policy. She was elected as a Wake County Commissioner before becoming the Director of Human Resources for the Departments of Agriculture and Administration and later Personnel Director for the Department of Community Colleges. She was elected a state representative. Now she is running for the US Congress.
Anita Earls graduated from Williams College and Yale Law School. From Yale, she joined the Ferguson, Stein Law Firm, a distinguished, predominantly African American firm in Charlotte. She was there for ten years, becoming a partner. Anita Earlsspent two years as Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Clinton administration, three years Director of the Voting Rights Project for the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights, and four years as Director for Advocacy for the University of North Carolina's Center for Civil Rights. From 2007 to 2017, Anita Earls was Executive Director of the Southern Coalition for Social Justice.