Fall 2016 Raleigh Reception

Please join us for a reception the evening of October 21 at the home of Lisa Angel and Andrew Smarra in Five Points! Featuring special guests Representatives Gale Adcock and Billy Richardson and 2016 candidates Chaz Beasley and Brian Tribble. If you can't make the reception, please join us at the after party downtown.

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Recap of Now or Never NC's recent events

Now or Never NC has held several receptions across the state during 2015.

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Connells East-West BBQ tailgate (with Rufus Edmisten) - Saturday

We’re tailgating before The Connells concert, please join us. Bipartisan BBQ Masters are volunteering their services for an Eastern NC vs. Western NC BBQ competition, and Rufus Edmisten – the North Carolinian who has tasted more BBQ than any other – will serve as Honorary Judge.

No contribution required. Complimentary Eastern and Western NC BBQ, sides, and tea. Bring your own chair and join us! Please RSVP to [email protected]

We are excited that NC Senate Candidate Sarah Crawford (Eastern Wake County and Franklin County) and NC House Candidate Gale Adcock (Western Wake County) will be joining us.

Afterwards, please join us as we walk over to The Connells' 30th Anniversary Concert at the nearby Rose Garden Amphitheatre. The Connells is one of North Carolina's all-time great bands.

Candidate information:
· Gale Adcock (www.galeadcock.com): NC House District 41, includes portions of Apex, Cary, and Morrisville in Western Wake County.
https://www.facebook.com/galeadcocknc
· Sarah Crawford (www.sarahcrawford.org): NC Senate District 18, includes Eastern Wake County and Franklin County.
https://m.facebook.com/sarahcrawfordnc?_rdr

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Reminder: Solutions Forum Tomorrow at the PR (Saturday, Sept. 20)

Don’t forget that tomorrow is the first “Solutions ForumSaturday, September 20, 2014, from 9:45am – 12:30pm at the Players Retreat on Oberlin Road in Raleigh. 

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Solutions Forum- Saturday, Sept. 20

Please join us for the first “Solutions Forum” next Saturday, September 20, 2014.  The forum will be held at the Players Retreat in Raleigh, from 9:45 am-12:30 pm.  

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Fundraiser for Gale Adcock - Thursday, August 21

Please join us for a fundraiser for Gale Adcock, Candidate for NC House (District 41 - Wake County). Adcock is Mayor Pro Tem of Cary, Chief Health Officer at SAS Institute, and a Nurse Practitioner.

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Fundraiser for Billy Richardson on 8/13

Please join us on Wednesday, August 13, for a fundraising event for Billy Richardson, Candidate for NC Senate (District 19 - Cumberland County)! For more information, please see the event page.

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Meet & Tweet with Next Generation Candidates - 7/30

Please join us after work at Person Street Bar on July 30th for a “Meet & Tweet” (meet & greet) gathering for Next Generation candidates seeking to change the tone in the N.C. General Assembly - one running for N.C. House (Brian Turner in Buncombe County) and another for N.C. Senate (Sarah Crawford in Eastern Wake County and Franklin County). No contribution required (though candidates appreciate them).

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Event for John Ager - Wednesday, June 25th

Please join us on Wednesday, June 25th for a fundraising event for John Ager for NC House District 115. The district encompasses the Northern and Eastern parts of Buncombe County, including parts of suburban Asheville and the towns of Fairview, Black Mountain, Swannanoa, Montreat, Weaverville, and Barnardsville.
 
John's campaign slogan is "Friend, Neighbor, Farmer" and he seeks to be an "antidote to the hyper-partisan legislation coming out of Raleigh.” See the event page for more details.
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Fundraising Event for Stan White - June 18th

Please join us in downtown Raleigh on Wednesday, June 18th, for a fundraising event for Stan White, candidate for North Carolina Senate District 1. The district encompasses eight northeastern counties, and includes Elizabeth City, Nags Head, Kill Devil Hills, Roanoke Island, and Washington. 

Stan White is a family business owner, and former teacher, County Commissioner, and State Senator.  He ran for this seat in 2012 and was narrowly defeated by a mere 21 votes out of more than 87,000 ballots cast.  White's opponent, incumbent Bill Cook, may be best known for proposing a bill which would have penalized the parents of college students who registered to vote on campus, by removing the tax exemption for dependents who register to vote at an address other than their parents' home.

See the event page for more details.

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