We believe in the power of the political process. Electing candidates who care about the lives and needs of society’s most marginalized is the first step towards building a better North Carolina — and world — for us all.
Frances has an extensive career in state and local government. After college, she served 11 years as a transportation and community planner at the Cumberland County planning department and then taught high school Civics and Economics at Hoke County High School. Dr. Jackson has served on several local boards and has a platform that is focused on people, jobs, education, and the environment
After obtaining her B.A. from North Carolina State University, Sarah Crawford has since dedicated her career to serving the people of Wake and Franklin Counties through her work in nonprofits. She currently serves at Single Stop, helping families by connecting them to existing resources that help put them on a path to economic stability and prosperity. She's also has been active in her local community by serving on the Board of Directors at Safe Space in Louisburg, working to reduce relationship violence and sexual assault in Franklin County.
Cal Cunningham is running against Thom Tillis in the U.S. Senate. He’s a committed advocate and will represent NC well. A member of the Democratic Party and a lieutenant colonel in the United States Army Reserve, he served as a North Carolina state senator from 2001 to 2003. His priorities include affordable and accessible healthcare, economic opportunity, climate change, education, and civil rights, among others.
A veteran Republican lawmaker and her Democratic challenger are hotly contesting health care policies and other issues as they fight to represent N.C. Senate District 31, with control of the state Senate potentially in the balance.
The race for state treasurer may come down to which candidate — Republican incumbent Dale Folwell or Democratic challenger Ronnie Chatterji — can stand out from the nationalization of the 2020 election.