We are a diverse and dedicated organization doing our part to ensure that everyone, regardless of race, class, sexual orientation or gender, has a voice in Forsyth County North Carolina.
A photo ID will be needed to vote this year, whether voting in person or by absentee mail-in ballot (a photocopy of the ID must be included with your completed mail-in ballot).
If you need a photo ID, go to the Forsyth County Board of Elections, 201 N. Chestnut Street, and get a free photo ID made as soon as possible. If you don’t have transportation to get to the Board of Elections, contact the FCDP at 336-546-7711 or email@example.com.
See more information on ID requirements at NC Board of Elections.
It's time to kick off the grassroots work of our party by attending your annual precinct organizing meeting!
Find the time and location of your annual precinct meeting here.
Introductions by the candidates running for Mayor and City Council.
Forum questions being answered by the candidates running for Mayor and City Council.
This forum was for candidates running in the primary for County Commissioner B, Register of Deeds, District Court Judge seat 10, State House 72 and 74, and State Senate 31 and 32.
Are you ready to vote in the Primary?
See the Get Ready to Vote tab for all the information you need to be ready - register to vote or check the accuracy of your registration, download the Early Voting schedule, learn about our Democratic candidates. Do you have a valid photo ID for voting? Make a plan to vote - by mail in ballot, during Early Voting or on Election Day!
How will YOU be involved in 2024?
See the Volunteer page for information on the committees and teams being formed. How will you help get our candidates elected in November?