VOTE EARLY!

FIND THE EARLY VOTING SITE NEAREST TO YOU.  DON’T FORGET, YOU CAN VOTE ON SUNDAY, OCT. 26!!

 

Opening OCTOBER 23 – MAIN OFFICE LOCATION

FORSYTH COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS

GOVERNMENT CENTER – 201 N. CHESTNUT ST. – WINSTON-SALEM

Thurs. – Fri. Oct. 23 – 24 8:30am – 6:00pm
Sunday Oct. 26 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Mon. – Fri. Oct. 27 – 31 8:30am – 6:00pm
Saturday Nov. 1 10:00am – 1:00pm

 

Opening OCTOBER 27 – ADDITIONAL SATELLITE LOCATIONS
Mazie Woodruff Center

4905 Lansing Dr. – Winston-Salem

Clemmons Library

3554 Clemmons Rd. – Clemmons

Kernersville Senior Center/Library

130 East Mountain St. – Kernersville

Lewisville Library

6490 Shallowford Rd. – Lewisville

Sedge Garden Recreation Center

401 Robbins Rd. – Winston-Salem

Old Town Recreation Center

4550 Shattalon Dr. – Winston-Salem

Walkertown Library

2969 Main St. – Walkertown

Polo Park Recreation Center

1850 Polo Rd. – Winston-Salem

South Fork Recreation Center (Our House)

4403 Country Club Rd. – Winston-Salem

Mon. – Wed. Oct. 27 – 29 10:00am – 7:00pm
Thurs. – Fri. Oct. 30 – 31 10:00am – 5:00pm

2014 SLATE OF CANDIDATES

Candidate lit piece2Share this with friends and family!  Click on the link, print out the slate, and take it with you to vote.  Don’t sit out this election!

2014 candidate slate

 

OCTOBER SENIOR DEMS BREAKFAST

Dan Besse photoThe monthly meeting of the Forsyth County Senior Democrats will be held on this Thursday, October 2, 2014 beginning at 9:00am. The Speaker will be City Council Member Dan Besse. Council Member Besse has been active in the Democratic Party for decades, starting out as a Precinct Chair, State Executive Committee member and has served on the City Council since 2001. Dan is the Chair of the State Chapter of the National Democratic Municipal Officials. As an attorney, Dan has focused a lot of energy on environmental and health care issues, as well as work to improve public transportation. His passion on these issues have made Dan Besse an outstanding city official and advocate for the health and well being of our citizens. Please join us as we welcome Dan and hear ways the Senior Dems can be an effective force in the November election.

The meeting will begin at 9am at the Golden Corral, 4965 University Parkway W-S. Members and guests wanting the breakfast buffet and/or beverages may enter the restaurant beginning at 8:30 am.

TEAM FRANCO APPRECIATION BREAKFAST

Franco inviteYou are invited to Valene Franco’s volunteer appreciation breakfast on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 7:30a – 9:30a at Cafe Ole Coffee House, 102 West 3rd Street, Winston-Salem.  Learn more about Valene and her candidacy for District Court Judge at www.valenefrancoforjudge.com.

RECEPTION FOR JUDGE MARK DAVIS

Judge Mark Davis inviteJoin the host committee at a reception in honor NC Court of Appeals Judge Mark Davis, Monday, Sept. 22, 5:30 – 7:00, at Womble Carlyle Sandridge and Rice, 1 West 4th St.  Tickets are $100.  Help return Judge Davis to his seat on the Court of Appeals!  Click on the invitation for more details.

EDUCATORS APPRECIATION COOKOUT

teachers event19The Democratic Party candidates cooked and served hot dog dinners to educators and their families.  it was a great turnout and we had interesting discussions with each other.  We’re proud of our candidates and pleased to have had the opportunity to thank our teachers for all they do.  All the educators went home with a bag full of school supplies donated by our Democrats.

SENIOR DEMS BREAKFAST

Mark DavisThe monthly meeting of the Forsyth County Senior Democrats will be held on Thursday, September 4th beginning at 9am at the Golden Corral, 4965 University Parkway W-S. Our guest speaker for the morning will be Judge Mark Davis who will speak on the “Upcoming Judicial Elections”.  Members and guests wanting the breakfast buffet and/or beverages will be able to enter the restaurant beginning at 8:30 am. Looking forward to meeting you there.

DEMOCRATIC WOMEN’S MEETING

brown bag lunch2Join us for the Brown Bag Luncheon, Wednesday, Aug. 20, 12:30p at the FCDP HQ, 1128 Burke St.  Our luncheon will have as speaker Kevin Sherrill, the IT specialist at the WS/FC school system.  We are urging our members to bring school supplies: 24 count crayons, pencils, glue sticks, Post-it Notes, black Sharpies, tissues, and hand sanitizer.  We will distribute them at the Democratic candidate celebration of public school employees on Aug. 28th.

“Wine & Women” will be on Thursday, Aug. 28, 6:00p at Oscar’s, 3348 Robinhood Rd.  After you thank the teachers at Bolton Park, please join us for a discussion on fracking!

THANK YOU, SCHOOL EMPLOYEES!!

School inviteLet’s say, “Thank You,” to our WSFCS employees and tell them how much we appreciate what they do for our community’s children. Join our Forsyth County Democratic Candidates in showing appreciation on Thursday, August 28th, from 4:30 – 7:00p, at Bolton Park shelter, 1590 Bolton Street, Winston-Salem.  Enjoy a complimentary hot dog supper and some great fellowship!  Please bring supplies to help fill a school employee’s goodie-bag.  Suggested donations: 24-pack crayons, pencils, glue sticks, post-it notes, black sharpies, tissues, and hand sanitizer.  Let us know you’re coming: RSVP HERE.

SENIOR DEMS BREAKFAST

Beasley1The meeting will begin at 9am at the Golden Corral, 4965 University Parkway W-S.  Members and guests wanting the breakfast buffet and/or beverages will be able to enter the restaurant beginning at 8:30 am.

NC Supreme Court Justice Cheri Beasley will discuss “The Importance of Voter Participation in Electing Judges in NC”

Justice Cheri Beasley graduated from The University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville after completing a summer of law studies at OxfordUniversity in England. She is a graduate of Douglass College of Rutgers University with majors in Economics and Political Science.

Justice Beasley was appointed by Governor Beverly Perdue to serve as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina in 2012. Prior to this appointment, Justice Beasley served as an Associate Judge on the North Carolina Court of Appeals and as a District Court Judge.

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