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We are your Mothers,

your Daughters,

your Sisters,

your Wives.

We are

Americans!

Who Are the Democratic Women

of Wilson County (DWWC)

WHAT WE BELIEVE

Democrats from across the state and nation are united by shared values that define who we are and what we stand for.  North Carolina democrats strive to ensure that all North Carolinians, through hard work and sound choices have a fair opportunity for a productive, healthy, satisfying life, regardless of background, location, financial standing, sexual orientation or family structure.

WHO WE ARE

The Democratic Women of Wilson County (DWWC) is an auxiliary of the Wilson County Democratic Party.  The DWWC meets every 4th Monday at 6:45 PM at the Wilson County Public Library from August through May, and any other month as needed.

WHAT WE DO

The Democratic Women of Wilson County (DWWC) is an auxillary organization of the Wilson County Democratic Party.  

  • Supports and promotes the principles of the Democratic Party.

  • Encourages women to seek public office and to participate in Democratic Party activities.

  • Works with the North Carolina and Wilson County Democratic Parties to strengthen the party locally and throughout the state.

  • Initiates and carries out programs and projects on behalf of the Democratic Party that reflect the party’s values.

  • Promotes the election of Democratic candidates through events, which provide education, fundraising and service.

      You blazed the trail in a New Day to the New Frontier.  Your work surpassed that of any women's group in any campaign since the days of the suffragettes. . . you are the ones who made possible the majorities for President and Governor and the other office in the 1960 election.

Governor Terry Sanford to the first state convention of the North Carolina Democratic Women in 1961

HERE TO SERVE

Nancy Hawley
Beth Punte

First Vice President

dwwc.vice1@gmail.com

Marianna Hardison

Second Vice President

Sally Carter

Third Vice President

Ann Byrd Martin

Treasurer

Rebecca Hunt Hawley

Secretary

GET IN TOUCH

GET IN TOUCH

We'd love to hear from you

919. 418. 0967

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KEEP UP TO DATE

February 2020 DWWC Meeting
When
Jan 28, 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM EST
Where
Wilson County Public Library,
249 Nash St N, Wilson, NC 27893

EDUCATION

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HEALTHCARE

We continue to keep current by inviting health care professionals and/or advocates for program meetings nd information sharing

Climate change

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WOMEN'S ISSUES

The Democratic Women of Wilson County maintains contact with Bernetta Thigpen, Regional Director for the NC Council on Women and Youth for updates on the Status of Women in North Carolina and Wilson County.

Democratic Women of Wilson County (NC)

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