In our October meeting, we heard from several different folks on issues to be decided in the upcoming election. Assistant Town Manager Karen Whichard (pictured at right), addressed the General Obligation bonds sought by the Town of Davidson to remodel Town Hall and the old IB School. In a particularly lively exchange, Ray McKinnon and Read more about October 2019 Precinct Meeting[…]
On Oct. 29, candidates for Mayor and for Town Board assembled for a candidate forum on the theme, “Livability and Community Justice.” The theme was inspired by precinct involvement with the issue of affordable housing and economic justice in Davidson. The event was remarkable for its probing questions, devised by students who interviewed folks in Read more about Davidson Town Board Candidate Forum[…]
Date: August 19, 2019 Location: Davidson Town Hall Attendance: 25 With the arrival of the principals, the meeting began at 7:07. Greg opened with a few remarks about Drew’s farewell party and Eitan’s book. Barbara spoke about the upcoming Dems in the Park event and put in a plug for volunteers. Steve laid out canvassing Read more about August 2019 Precinct Meeting[…]
The April 10, 2019 precinct meeting began with a couple remarks from Drew about a potential field trip to Raleigh; we’ll explore possibilities for that in mid- to late-May. After that, the meeting was turned over to Mecklenburg Country District Attorney Spencer Merriweather, who told us a bit his office and its duties (85 prosecutors, Read more about April 2019 Precinct Meeting[…]
The judicial branch of government is an important pillar of our democracy and plays an increasingly vital role in defending the rights of all Americans. Be informed about North Carolina Courts and judicial races in 2018. And learn about the proposed Constitutional Amendments which could have a significant impact on our state. Courts and Constitution Read more about 2018 Judicial Races & Constitutional Amendments[…]
Christy Clark speaks at a fundraiser in Davidson held for her benefit on June 22, 2018. Find out more about Christy at www.christyclarknc.com/. Update: in November, Christy won her race for North Carolina House District 98.