Welcome to Carteret County Democratic Party site. We are your neighbors and have the same concerns as you do: a quality education for our young people, affordable healthcare for everyone, jobs with a living wage, and keeping our coast healthy, beautiful, and free from drilling. We work to ensure that all our voices are heard locally as well as at the state and national level. As Democrats, we are traditionally the ‘big tent’ party that welcomes everyone regardless of who you are. All North Carolinians should have a fair shot at a good life, regardless of their background, where they came from, how much money they have, or who they love. This is something we believe in and need to continually reaffirm in practice. You can read our platform here.


Carteret County NCDP Update

Precinct meetings were held  February 5th – 19th completing Phase I. All and all, our meetings went really well, with a few precincts breaking all sorts of attendance records.

We have 24 organized precincts out of 28.  We will continue to work in the four unorganized precincts to find someone willing and able to get five Democrats together and elect officers.   Also, Indian Beach/Salter Path organized officially with an enthusiastic group that will surely grow and help us elect a bunch of Democrats!
The focus now turns to getting our grassroots organizations turned on to the task ahead.

For those of you who were elected as a delegate to the County Convention, please ensure you put the date of the convention on your calendar:  March 24, 10am, Carteret County Courthouse in Beaufort.  The purpose of the meeting is to adopt resolutions that have been submitted (due to Katie Tomberlin no later than March 17th) and to elect delegates to the District Convention, who will then adopt resolutions, and elect delegates to the State Convention.  From there, our Party Platform will be published.

Not Off Our Coast!

Tuesday, February 27th, 6:30 PM, Carteret County Community College - Josyln Hall

Proposed Oil and Gas Leasing Areas and Sale Years

Notice; request for comments.
BOEM is announcing the availability of, and requests comments on, the Draft Proposed Program (DPP) for the 2019-2024 Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program (2019-2024 Program or Program). BOEM is also announcing its decision to prepare a Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement for the 2019-2024 Program (Programmatic EIS) and the initiation of the formal scoping process.
march calendar

Mark Your Calendars!


Meets at Unitarian Coastal Fellowship, Morehead City. Facebook for more info.

Meets at the Webb Library, Morehead City.Our Revolution Carteret is a formal chapter of the national Our Revolution organization and is composed of progressives who believe the best way to make change is to work within the Democratic Party. All are invited regardless of voter affiliation.

Meet at the Webb Library, Morehead City.This is a monthly meeting of individuals who want to express Democratic opinions in the local and state newspapers.

Meets at Courthouse in Beaufort. Agenda, Minutes, Video.

Meets at Morehead Parks and Recreation.

Meets at Carteret County Chamber of Commerce, Morehead City meeting at Morehead Parks and Recreation.


Gather at No Name Pizza, Morehead City.

Location to follow.

Gather at 2300 Meadowview Rd, Greensboro. Progressive Caucus members meeting to plan ways to have the caucus better represented at different levels of the party, with a need for building district representation. Districts with a quorum of membership should be voting for caucus representatives to the district committees. Attendees must be members of the Progressive Caucus of NCDP. Go to the website to join. https://progressivecaucusncdp.com

Contact David Wear
for information about the standup of a local chapter here in Carteret.

Meets at County Courthouse, Beaufort. Delegates from the precincts will be voting on resolutions.

In Raleigh. High profile speakers (last year it was Eric Holder). More details to follow.

Details to follow.

Gathers at Mckinnon Center Raleigh. Sanford-Hunt Breakfast  will be that morning also at the McKinnon Center.