Headquarters is open M-W-F 11am - 1pm
Join our online Dockside Chats
Our Dockside Chats are an opportunity for the community to speak with people in the know on issues of local importance. Listen, speak, ask! All are welcome.
These are Zoom meetings held on the third Tuesday of every month 7:30-8:30pm
(plus one fifth Tuesday, March 30)
Next Chat - April 20th : Update on School Bond Spending
We will hear from:
Richard Paylor, Assistant Superintendent for Strategic Improvement
Rob Jackson, the Superintendent of Carteret County Public Schools
Clark Jenkins, Chairman of the Board of Education
Kay Zimarino, Croatan High School Principal
Dates and Topics:
April 20: Update on School Bond Spending
May 18 The Quality of our Drinking Water
June 15 The Quality of our Coastal Water
September 21 Carteret County Ten Years Out: Route 42, Population and Affordable Housing
October 19 Carteret County Ten Years Out: Parks, Beaches, Weather, Tourism
Let’s write Letters! Save Monday April 12th (10:00 a.m. OR 7:00 p.m.)
Democrats all over the country are shaking things up with phone calls and letters supporting the “For the People Act” in Congress and chastising corporate sponsors of governors and senators engaged in legislation to suppress the vote.
Let’s join them! Come to one of our zoom info meetings on Monday, April 12th and Sue Schurer will walk you through our new hub on slack.com and show you how easy this is.
We will meet monthly on the Second Monday of each month at 10:00 and/or again at 7:00 to accommodate working and retired members. (Yes, Sue will be at two meetings on one day. One will suffice for you.) Then we can chat, vent, and plan.
Join Zoom Meeting Click here
Zoom Meeting ID: 840 7800 9063
We, the Carteret County Democratic Party, stand in solidarity with our black and brown brothers and sisters. We are angry and we are upset. We mourn with you and we stand beside you in protest. We will say their names out loud. We will fight for racial equality and equity. We call for an end to the systemic racism in our justice system, education system and beyond. We hear your cries and we feel your pain. We vow to hold our police and elected officials accountable when necessary. Black lives matter.
In solidarity, Katie Tomberlin, Carteret County Democratic Party Chair