Please join us for one of our upcoming events!
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 07:00 PM
Now or Never NC was founded to help elect forward-looking State Legislative challengers to get North Carolina back on track, and to focus on actual solutions to the pressing issues facing North Carolinians.
Over four election cycles, we’ve honed and executed new tactics to help empower top challengers early, many of whom win - thanks to great candidates, their campaigns, and you.
Due to delays with redistricting, districts will likely remain in flux until at least late this year. For much of 2021, we’ll amplify the work of our many alumni and of grassroots voter registration efforts throughout the State.
To that end, we invite you for an interactive discussion of grassroots tactics and goals for the 2022 election cycle with new NC Democratic Party Chair, Dr. Bobbie Richardson, a former educator and administrator and former 3-term Legislator representing Franklin & Nash Counties.
We’re grateful that former Congressman and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Bob Etheridge helps lead the conversation. Etheridge and Richardson worked together in public education.
There’s no donation required to participate in this virtual event.
Simply click the following link to register and make plans to join us on Wednesday, April 14, from 7:00 – 8:00pm: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUrceyrrj8sGN2qIZDDfH4vufWNav3uV_z8
Bobbie and Bob know grassroots politics. They know we have to compete across North Carolina with targeted voter outreach and mobilization. We’re grateful for their example and leadership.
Please make plans to join us on April 14.
P.S. We’re also pleased that Aylett Colston joins to provide the first in a series of brief updates on the status of redistricting.Wednesday, March 03, 2021 at 06:30 PM
From the beginning, Now or Never NC has been dedicated to putting our State on a forward-looking path, by helping elect grounded, sensible candidates who will use their life experiences to work in the best interests of North Carolinians.
In 2014, our first election cycle, we supported 3 promising House candidates, all of whom won: Representatives Gale Adcock, John Ager, and Brian Turner.
We’re grateful that these Wake & Buncombe County Legislators continue to serve with distinction. Representative Adcock was recently elected by her peers as Deputy Democratic Leader in the State House.
Gale, John, and Brian will share insights on the most recent election as well as the current state of affairs at the General Assembly and in North Carolina. We’re also grateful that Charlotte-based political veteran Douglas Wilson will join the conversation, to help further discussion on practical politics for the 2022 election cycle. He’s served as Deputy Executive Director of the NC Democratic Party and Advisor for the Biden-Harris Coordinated Campaign, and previously served on the campaign staffs of future President Obama (2008) and Senator Hagan.
Thank you.Monday, December 21, 2020 at 07:00 PMZoomAs the year winds down, we’re raising a glass and giving thanks before bidding farewell to 2020.
You’re invited for a festive evening with endorsed candidates, friends, and supporters for a Virtual Holiday Celebration this Monday, December 21, from 7:00-8:15pm.
We’ll have some music (Sean Seymour, a broadway performer from Kinston, NC, will lead us in Christmas Carols), honor all candidates and incoming Legislators, and enjoy fellowship with dedicated North Carolinians who remain committed to a forward-looking North Carolina.Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0udumurD4jHdEtvNj4Vexv7uvgORyP-joUSaturday, October 24, 2020 at 05:00 PMWith early voting underway and only days until Election Day, we’re harnessing all resources to Get-Out-The-Vote for our 2020 endorsed candidates who can literally create new Legislative majorities.
Tuesday, Oct. 27, 8-9:15pm (Sandhills candidates)
P.S. Thank you to everyone who participated in the first two sLate Nights:
Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at 05:30 PMVirtual EventOn Tuesday evening, October 13, Now or Never NC holds its final fundraiser this cycle.Please join us from 5:30-7:15pm for a phenomenal line-up, “dinner and a show:”Hamilton stars from Broadway and friends, including:Ryan Vasquez (Broadway company of Hamilton - only actor to have played Hamilton, Burr, Washington, Jefferson, and Madison on Broadway. Founder, Swing from Home effort).Krystal Joy Brown (Eliza, Broadway company of Hamilton).Lilli Cooper (Tony Award nominee, Spring Awakening, Wicked).
- Tuesday, Oct. 20, 8-9:15pm (Triad area candidates).
- Saturday, Oct. 24, 5-6:15pm (Eastern NC candidates).
Reserve your sponsorship now by clicking here and donating $2,500, $1,000, $500 or $250. Tickets $150 or $75.Special guest Congressman David Price, the Dean of North Carolina’s Congressional delegation, provides a candid, up-to-date political and civil society assessment.Please grab take-out or dinner at home, take in the show and crucial dialogue. Please join us. Thank you.We’re excited to announce that they’ll be joined by Democratic State House leader Representative Deb Butler and 15 top State Legislative challengers. Rep. Butler (D-Wilmington) is perhaps best known for her valiant "I will not yield" response to the Republican’s egregious override of the Governor’s budget veto on the morning of September 11, 2019. The sham vote was called at almost the very moment we had been attacked as a nation, and while the Governor led State 9/11 observances. We will not yield either. Now is the time we restore and defend NC’s forward-looking trajectory, for generations to come.
P.S. This month marks our seventh anniversary. Our track record is clear: we’ve helped flip 15 State House seats, thanks to phenomenal candidates, their campaigns, and you. In 2020, we intend to emphatically add to that success by helping flip both State Legislative chambers.
Because of the involvement of federal officeholders in this event, we are asking for donations of up to $2,800 per election, from any individual. We are not asking for funds from corporations, labor organizations, or other federally prohibited sources.Saturday, September 26, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Please join us on Saturday, September 26, morning “Coffee with Bob.”
Former Congressman & Army veteran Bob Etheridge leads a timely discussion on “Veterans & Healthcare” issues with top challengers with military backgrounds and work in leading military and healthcare communities:
Kimberly Hardy (HD43, Fayetteville), Brian Farkas (HD9, Greenville), JD Wooten (SD24, ret. US Air Force), and Donna Lake (SD7, ret. US Air Force).
Please make plans to grab coffee and join us next weekend. No contribution required. We look forward to seeing you then.Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 06:15 PM
Please mark your calendar for Tuesday, September 15, at 6:15pm, for an important, invitation-only fundraising event.
Now or Never NC welcomes North Carolina’s first female Chief Executive, Governor Beverly Perdue.
Governor Perdue, Senator Jay Chauhuri, and Rep. Rachel Hunt will be joined by fellow trailblazing leaders: Now or Never NC endorsed top State Legislative challengers, “Majority Makers.”
Like Governor Cooper, Governor Perdue’s passion for public education is emblematic of the forward-looking leadership North Carolina has known, until the past decade of Legislatively-initiated decline.
We’re grateful to welcome her and you to this intimate event to showcase candidates whose victories can literally create historic new majorities in the State House & Senate.
We’ll contact you shortly with instructions for participation in this virtual event. Please contact us today at [email protected], or 919.283.4819 with any questions.
UPDATE: We’re excited to announce they’ll be joined by supremely gifted performers with North Carolina ties, sharing their talents for a cause greater than themselves: restoring the forwarding-looking trajectory of the State we have know and love. Marc Silvey & Peele Wimberley provide live music to kick off their new collaboration, and Broadway stars from Raleigh, Laurel Harris & Rob Marnell, offer an exclusive video message.Saturday, August 29, 2020 at 10:00 AMVirtual
Please join us next Saturday for another “Coffee with Bob,” and engaging discussion on Rural Economic Development & Agriculture.
Candidates Tess Judge, Allen Wellons, Frances Jackson, and Rep. Scott Brewer provide valuable insights from Kill Devil Hills, Smithfield, Hope Mills, and Rockingham.
Former Congressman Bob Etheridge leads the discussion, underpinned by prior service as a member of the U.S. House Agriculture Committee, Director of the NC Office of Economic Recovery & Investment, and NC Director of USDA Farm Service Agency.
Attorney and voting rights advocate Aylett Colston helps provide a timely update on absentee ballots, early voting, and phone banking.
Please join us! For more information, please contact us via [email protected] or 919.283.4819.Thursday, August 13, 2020 at 08:00 PM
As students and teachers prepare to begin the new school year, please join us for timely “Education Week” events. No contribution required.
Thursday, August 13, at 8pm, our “Slate Spotlight” series continues with an informative “Back to School” panel led by Wake County School Board Members Chris Heagarty & Christine Kushner, and educator Dr. Victoria Lunetta Creamer. We’ll also hear initial insights from public education advocates running for State Legislature: Nicole Quick (HD59, Guilford) & Jason Cain (HD51, Harnett/Lee).
Simply click this link to register and receive instructions to participate.
Please join us! For more information, please contact us via [email protected] or 919.283.4819.Friday, August 07, 2020 at 06:00 PM
As students and teachers prepare to begin the new school year, please join us for timely “Education Week” events. No contribution required.
This Saturday at 10am, please grab coffee and join our first "Coffee with Bob,” featuring two-term State Superintendent of Public Instruction and Congressman Bob Etheridge. Etheridge will be joined by three endorsed candidates who are current or former educators: Dr. Aimy Steele (HD82, Concord), Adam Ericson (HD20, Wilmington), and Emily Bunch Nicholson (HD1, Edenton).
Simply click this link to register and receive instructions to participate.
No contribution required, though contributions to the candidates welcome here: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/coffeewithbob1Saturday, July 25, 2020 at 05:00 PMSlate Social with Chaz Beasley, Gail Young, Tess Judge & Terri LeGrand
We’re excited to share the news that a 2016 Now or Never NC alumnus will serve as special guest for our first Slate Spotlight this Saturday, with 2020 endorsed candidates Gail Young (HD83), Tess Judge (SD1), & Terri LeGrand (SD31).
Chaz Beasley, a rising star in North Carolina politics, will join us. Chaz was raised in a low-income, single parent household, was Newton-Conover High School valedictorian, and went on to attend Harvard University. Since 2016, he has served Mecklenburg County with distinction and earned the respect of his colleagues on both sides of the aisle.
Please join us this Saturday, July 25, for an informative discussion on the state of the 2020 Legislative races. We’ll also receive a timely update on absentee ballot voting from voting rights advocate Aylett Colston.
Spread the word to friends and neighbors. Don’t miss this discussion.
Email [email protected] or call 919.283.4819 with questions.Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at 07:00 PM · $500.00 USD
Please mark your calendar for Wednesday evening, June 24, for one of the most important, invitation-only fundraising events of 2020.
Now or Never NC hosts the nine top challengers charting a path to new majorities in our State House & Senate: our “Majority Makers.”
With certain districts already secured, these are the additional candidates who literally take us over the top in both chambers.
On June 24, you have the chance to hear directly from them.
As a supporter of Now or Never NC, we invite you to participate in this more intimate, virtual event.
Instructions for participation will be provided. Please contact us today at [email protected], or 919.283.4819 with any questions.Saturday, June 13, 2020 at 05:00 PM
In 2018, several candidates flipped particularly difficult districts.
In 2020, some districts won remain highly competitive, in particular those of Now or Never NC alumni Christy Clark, James Gailliard, Joe Sam Queen, and Ray Russell.
In three of these races, the prior incumbent is attempting to regain a seat, and in the remaining race, Ray Russell (the “Ray of Ray’s Weather”) faces a challenge from a first-time candidate with the same first name.
That’s why we welcome alumni for our next Empower Hour.
Thankfully, these candidates started early, and have gotten great starts for reelection in 2020. Let’s keep the momentum going!
Please join us Saturday, June 13th at 5pm. Donations are not required, though we’ll be providing a link allowing contributions directly to these candidates.
For more information, please contact [email protected] or call 919.283.4819.Saturday, May 09, 2020 at 05:00 PMVirtual Empower HourPlease join us for our next Empower Hour of conversation, music, and community. A virtual social using Zoom.Candidates Tess Judge, Allen Wellons, and Nicole Quick offer unique perspectives from the Outer Banks, eastern NC, and the Triad, and engage on the pressing issues of our State.- Tess Judge (SD1, northeast NC) is a businesswoman and longtime community leader with a passion for public service.- Allen Wellons (SD11, Johnston/Nash) has a proven record of community and political leadership, including as a former 3-term State Senator.- Nicole Quick (HD59, Guilford) is a retired executive, special needs advocate, and former chair of the Guilford County Democratic Party.*Musical guest to be announced.No contribution required, though contributions and sponsorships ($1,000, $500, $250 $100) are accepted: www.NowOrNeverNC.org/donate.Please click here to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMlc-2vpjgtHNw2MM_7Q4MEU1PFUPqqEih5The purpose of the Empower Hour series is to uplift the people, small businesses, and forward-looking candidates of our State. Please grab take-out from a local restaurant, a beverage, and join us! Email [email protected] or call 919.283.4819 for more information.Saturday, April 25, 2020 at 05:00 PMVirtual Empower HourPlease join us this Saturday for a conversation with longtime supporter Chef Sunny Gerhart of St. Roch Fine Oysters + Bar, who, along with his employees and business, is now in need.We’ll also feature conversations with first-time candidates Emily Bunch Nicholson, Adam Ericson, and Jason Cain, whose campaigns were just launching as this crisis unfolded.Please order dinner from a favorite local restaurant, grab a beverage, and join Sunny, Emily, Jason, and Adam. Musical guest to be announced. Donations encouraged, not required.Please Register at the link below, or email [email protected] for call-in instructions or more details.Emily Bunch Nicholson, a multi-county workforce development officer of Edenton, Adam Ericson, a public school teacher in New Hanover County, and Jason Cain, an adjunct professor and former Assistant Secretary of Military Affairs who lives the Sanford area. Each is a first-time candidate, and need our collective support now.Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at 05:00 PM · $25.00 USDThe Admiral in Washington, DC, DCPlease join North Carolinians and friends of the Tar Heel State in the nation's capital in support of top legislative challengers to help restore the forward-looking State we know: a beacon in the South and leader in the nation.Happy Hour at The Admiral followed by Sponsors Dinner at the Home of Erica Payne & Gene Haigh.Happy Hour 5-7pm
1 DuPont Circle, NW
Washington, DC 20036
Special Guest: Congressman Bob Etheridge
Featuring 2020 candidates for NC General AssemblyAimy Steele (House District 82) and Brian Farkas (House District 9)
Sponsors Dinner 7-8:30pmHome of Erica Payne & Gene Haigh5200 Western AvenueChevy Chase, MD(Corner of Western and Harrison, near Friendship Heights Metro)Sponsors: $2,500, $1,500, 1,000, $500, $250, $100.Tickets: $50 (Young Professionals: $25).[Paid for by Now or Never NC]Sunday, February 23, 2020 at 04:30 PM · $75.00 USDHome of Anna & Chris Lynch in Chapel Hill, NC
Please mark your calendar for Sunday, February 23, for Now or Never NC’s 2020 Kickoff event with endorsed State Legislative candidates in Chapel Hill.
Location: Home of Anna & Chris Lynch, 315 Burlage Circle, Chapel Hill. More details to come.
Early-backed challengers win. And this gathering occurs just before the March 3 primary and fundraising deadline.
Sponsors: $5,000, $2,500, $1,500, 1,000, $500, $250.
[Paid for by Now or Never NC]Sunday, February 23, 2020 at 02:30 PM · $75.00 USDHope Valley Diner in Durham, NC
Please join us and special guest Congressman Bob Etheridge on Sunday, February 23, at Hope Valley Diner in Durham for a reception in support of top legislative challengers.
Sponsor Levels, $5,000, $2,500, $1,500, $1,000, $500, $250
Guest Tickets: $75
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Please join us and special guests Congressman Bob Etheridge and Deputy Democratic Leader Robert Reives (NC House) for a Chatham County Brunch in support of Gail Young, Candidate for NC House District 83.
Gail Young is again challenging one of the most extreme incumbents in the State House, Rep. Larry Pittman (Concord, Cabarrus County), who has compared Lincoln to Hitler on separate occasions in recent years, quote: "Lincoln was the same sort of tyrant" as Hitler.
It is an honor to support Gail Young in this highly important endeavor. Please join us.
Sponsor Levels: $5,000, $2,500, $1,500, $1,000, $500, $250
[Paid for by Now or Never NC]Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at 05:30 PM · $75.00 USDHome of Anne and Matt Bullard in Raleigh, NC
The decennial redistricting process is almost upon us.
We know all too well what the 2010 election and subsequent redistricting has meant for the people of North Carolina: An unmitigated disaster that we think cannot get any worse, until it does, like on a recent 9/11 morning at the State Legislature.
On October 29 in Raleigh, one of our State’s most grounded and effective leaders, Representative Deb Butler, helps us ensure that 2020 is not like 2010.
Tuesday, October 29
Home of Anne & Matt Bullard, 208 Forest Road, Raleigh
5:30 – 6:45pm: Reception: Rep. Deb Butler headlines reception with Legislators & candidates from across NC
6:45-8:15pm: Dinner Discussion: Perspectives on “What it means to be a North Carolinian.”
Thank you.Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 05:30 PM · $50.00 USDFord Residence in Raleigh, NC
Now or Never NC’s winning track record is no joke, thanks to great candidates, their campaigns, and you.
It's a straightforward formula: Start early, back top challengers, win seats.
On Tuesday, May 14, at the home of Sarah Ford & Steve Neorr near Five Points in Raleigh, the focused work for 2020 begins.
Tuesday, May 14
Ford residence, 1705 Bickett Blvd., Raleigh
5:30-8:15pm, light dinner
5:30-6:45pm: Reception with 2020 Prospective Candidates.
6:45-8:15pm: Key 2020 Races Update by Senator Jay Chaudhuri and Representative Cynthia Ball, and Redistricting Reform Briefing featuring Senator Margaret Dickson and Bob Phillips of Common Cause NC
For more information: [email protected], 919.283.4819Friday, October 19, 2018 at 08:00 AM
Sustainers Breakfast (invitation only) with Hon. Deborah Ross & Rep. Chaz Beasley in Manhattan. As a 2016 U.S. Senate candidate receiving over 2 million votes, Deborah reflects on her most recent travels across North Carolina, provides a timely update on State Legislative races, and a forward-looking agenda for our State.
For details or to RSVP please email [email protected] or call 919-283-4819.Monday, October 15, 2018 at 05:30 PM · $40.00 USDHome of Bryan & Carson Brice in Raleigh, NCJoin us for our final fundraising event of 2018 on Monday, October 15, at the home of Bryan & Carson Brice in Raleigh.Hon. Rufus Edmisten, former Watergate counsel, NC Attorney General, Secretary of State, and Gubernatorial candidate, will lead a discussion on “Constitutional Crises,” with reflections on Watergate and corollaries to present day on the federal level, and challenges to the Separation of Powers on the state level.Sponsorship: $5,200 $2,500 $1,000 $500 $200 (Each come with 2 tickets). Individual Ticket: $40.For additional information please email [email protected] or call 919.283.4819.With your help, we’ve flipped 7 State House seats, and we’re working every day to win at least 4 more in November, for all the people of North Carolina. Please join us![Paid for by Now or Never NC]Sunday, October 07, 2018 at 04:30 PM · $50.00 USDBreak the Supermajority - Defining Issues Discussion
Please join candidates, Legislators, and though-leaders from across North Carolina for our final Durham fundraiser on Sunday, October 7, at the Home of Sarah Cottingham & Matt Kopac, 1510 Woodland Drive, Durham.
Here are the details on our speakers:
• Can we win? Mac McCorkle, Sanford School of Public Policy, on Political Climate.
• How we win. Keischa Lovelace, Esq., Political Consultant, on Voting and GOTV.
• When we win. John Quinterno, Economist & Analyst, on Human Investments & Jobs.
• *And we'll have live music by Durham's own Jon Shain!
Sponsorship: $5,200 $2,500 $1,000 $500 $250 (Each come with 2 tickets). Individual Ticket: $50. www.nowornevernc.org/donate.
For more information or to RSVP please email [email protected] or call 919.283.4819.
With your help, we’ve flipped 7 State House seats, and we’re working every day to win at least 4 more in November, for all the people of North Carolina. Please join us!
[Paid for by Now or Never NC]Saturday, September 08, 2018 at 05:00 PM · $50.00 USDBreak the Supermajority social
Please join North Carolinians and friends of the Tar Heel State in the nation's capital for a "Break the Supermajority" social, this Saturday, September 8, from 5-8pm, at the home of Erica Payne & Gene Haigh, 5200 Western Avenue, Chevy Chase. (3 blocks off Wisconsin, Friendship Heights Metro, redline.)
Special Guest: Rising Legislative star Chaz Beasley, NC House District 92 (Mecklenburg County). Now or Never NC 2016 alumni, graduate of Georgetown University Law Center.
Saturday, September 8, 2019
Home of Erica Payne & Gene Haigh, 5200 Western Ave., Chevy Chase (3 blocks off Wisconsin, Friendship Heights Metro, redline).
Suggested contribution: $50. Sponsors: $5200, $2500, $1000, $500, $250 (2 tickets each).
For more information: [email protected], 919.283.4819.
With your help, we’ve won 7 State House seats, and we’re working every day to win at least 4 more to Break the Supermajority in November. Please join us!
[Paid for by Now or Never NC]Wednesday, August 15, 2018 at 06:30 PM · $100.00 USDBreak the Supermajority - Defining Issues Dinner & Jazz
Please join thought-leaders and candidates from across the State for a dinner discussion on defining issues of the 2018 election. Special live Jazz Music by Ken Demery & the City Jazz Trio.
With your help, we’ve won 7 State House seats, and we’re working every day to win at least 4 more in November, for all the people of North Carolina.
Wednesday, August 15
6:30 - 9pm
Home of Betsy and Leonard Jernigan
1206 Marlowe Road, Raleigh NCSponsorship: $5,200 $2,500 $1,000 $500 $250 (Each come with 2 tickets).
Individual Ticket $100.For more information: [email protected], 919.283.4819.Please join us!P.S. We’re excited to announce the panelists for the Defining Issues Dinner, and we’ve invited all our alumni and endorsed candidates from across North Carolina:
- State of the Races. Hon. Deborah Ross, 2016 Democratic Candidate for U.S. Senate.
- Constitutional Amendments. Gerry Cohen, former Special Counsel to – and known for 37 years as the “Encyclopedia” to – the Legislature.
- Voting & GOTV. Danny McDonald, former Chairman of the Federal Election Commission, serving on the FEC from 1981-2006.
- Moderator. Stormie Forte, host of “The Art of Listening,” Attorney, and former Ombudsman, NC Department of Justice.
Happy Hour: 6-8pm
Brother Jimmy’s, 416 8th Avenue (MSG location).
Private Dinner: 8pm
Location upon RSVP. Other meeting times available.
State Representative Billy Richardson (D-Fayetteville)
Protégé of Governor Jim Hunt. Public education advocate. Cape Fear River defender.
UNC-Chapel Hill – former member Board of Visitors, Student Body President.
Representative Richardson provides an update on efforts to Break the State Legislative Supermajority, the recent Teachers’ March in Raleigh, his leadership role fighting contaminants (GenX) in the Cape Fear River basin in Fayetteville & Wilmington, and general reflections on lessons learned in office, on the future of NC.
Contributions not required, though appreciated.
RSVP & Details: [email protected] or 919-283-4819.Sunday, May 13, 2018 at 03:30 PM · $75.00 USD · 10 rsvpsCentral RaleighOn Mother's Day, please join First Lady Kristin Cooper, trailblazing Ambassador Jeanette Hyde (whom we'll toast), endorsed candidates Julie von Haefen & Sydney Batch, and live performances by nationally renowned musicians Chatham County Line & Rod Abernethy for the first event of the general election. With your help, we Break the Supermajority in 2018!- 3:30-4:30pm: Sponsors Reception with Women Candidates, toast to Ambassador Hyde.- 4-6pm: Ticket Holders Social and Performances (tickets $75). Rod Abernethy opens at 4:45pm, followed by Chatham County Line. Informal social follows.Sponsorship: $5,200 $2,500 $1,000 $500 $250 (Each come with 2 tickets).Please join us!Space is limited. Central Raleigh location provided upon RSVP. Email [email protected] or call 919.283.4819 for details.*Julie von Haefen is running in House District 36 (Apex, Cary), and Sydney Batch in House District 37 (Garner, Fuquay-Varina, Apex, Holly Springs).Paid for by Now or Never NCSunday, May 13, 2018 at 03:30 PM · $75.00 USD · 4 rsvpsCentral RaleighJoin us for our 2018 General Election Kickoff complete with live performances from nationally renowned Raleigh-based musicians.- 3:30-4:30pm Sponsors Reception.- 4-6pm Ticket Holders Social and Performances.(Opening act 4:45, Headliner 5:15. Performances conclude by 6pm. Informal social to follow through 6:30pm)Sponsorship: $5,200 $2,500 $1,000 $500 $250 (Each come with 2 tickets)Individual Tickets: $75 pre-sale pricing, limited quantity (hereafter $100).Space is limited.Central Raleigh Location provided upon RSVP.Email [email protected] or call 919.283.4819 for details.Paid for by Now or Never NC.Sunday, February 25, 2018 at 04:00 PM · $125.00 USD · 8 rsvpsTBA
Sunday, February 25
Location: Central Raleigh (TBA)
5:30pm AND 7pm
Oysters by Chef Sunny Gerhart of St. Roch.
Sponsor levels: $5200, $2500, $1000, $500. 2 tickets come with each sponsorship level.
Additional information on Sponsorship available by emailing [email protected] or calling 919.719.3907Sunday, January 28, 2018 at 03:30 PM · $75.00 USD · 8 rsvpsWatts Grocery (reception) & Lynch residence (dinner)
2018 Kickoff With Top Challengers: Watts Grocery reception ($75), Lynch Residence dinner ($500) - click for details
Please join top challengers on Sunday, January 28, for a "Break the Supermajority" reception at Watts Grocery, and a "Sponsors dinner with Chef Jacob Boehm" at the Lynch residence. Details are as follow:
- "Break the Supermajority" reception: 3:30-5pm, Watts Grocery, 1116 Broad Street, Durham, NC 27705. Suggested contribution: $75. Sponsorships: $2500, $1500, $1000, $500.
- Sponsors dinner with Chef Jacob Boehm: 5:30-8pm. Dinner for evening sponsors of $500 or more, featuring the State's premier pop-up chef, Jacob Boehm of Snap Pea Catering. Home of Anna and Chris Lynch, in Chapel Hill. Seating is Limited. RSVP Required.
RSVP to [email protected] or 919-719-3907
Now is the time to act! These top challengers and our State cannot do it without you. Please join us on January 28
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Paid for by Now or Never NCWednesday, November 29, 2017 at 05:00 PM · $50.00 USD · 10 rsvpsReception: Private Residence in Raleigh, NC
We invite you to join us on Wednesday, November 29, for an evening of 4th anniversary celebrations:
- Break the Supermajority cocktail reception: 5-7pm, Home of Sarah Ford and Steve Neorr, 1705 Bickett Boulevard, Raleigh, 27608. Suggested contribution: $50. Sponsorships: $2500, $1000, $500, $250.
- Sponsors dinner and salon: 7:15-9pm, featuring Chef Jake Wolf of Capital Club 16, Home of Julia and Dr. Oliver Williams, 1905 Lewis Circle, Raleigh 27608. Dr. Williams, Fulbright Scholar and Professor Emeritus in Political Science (NCSU), will lead an important discussion on where we've been as a State, and our journey to restore the State we know. Dinner for evening sponsors of $250 or more.
RSVP to [email protected].
Please join us to support of top challengers who can break the Supermajority, sustain gubernatorial vetoes, and restore our State.
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Paid for by Now or Never NCOver the 2014 and 2016 election cycles, we’ve backed 7 winning challengers for the NC House, and we need just 3 more seats to break the Legislative Supermajority in that body, help our Governor sustain vetoes of harmful legislation, and restore our State.That’s why we’ll gather again with friends in Wake Forest for an informal "Break the Supermajority" happy hour on Tuesday, August 22, from 5:30-7pm, at Brooks St. Bowl, 413 S Brooks St, Wake Forest, to discuss State Legislative races. Please join us.Complimentary appetizers. No contribution required. Complimentary beverage for RSVP's (first come). RSVP appreciated on FaceBook or to [email protected]Please join us and spread the word. Wherever we are (whether in Wake Forest or Wilmington, Wake County or Wilson), we are needed. North Carolina is at a crossroads, and we’re on a journey home to the State we know.A discussion on voting trends is being held at the venue starting promptly at 7pm, and is hosted by StrongerNC (facebook.com/strongernc/).Now or Never NC: “Support top Challengers, Break the Legislative Supermajority, Restore our State.” www.NowOrNeverNC.org.[Paid for by Now or Never NC]Sunday, August 13, 2017 at 05:00 PMTHE BLOCK off Biltmore in Asheville, NC
Over the 2014 and 2016 election cycles, we’ve backed 7 winning challengers for the NC House, and we need just 3 more seats to break the Legislative Supermajority in that body, help our Governor sustain vetoes of harmful legislation, and restore our State.
That’s why we’ll gather again with friends in Asheville for an informal "Break the Supermajority" happy hour on Sunday, August 13, from 5-7pm, at THE BLOCK off biltmore, 39 South Market Street, to discuss State Legislative races. Please join us.
Complimentary appetizers. No contribution required. Complimentary beverage for RSVP's (first come). RSVP appreciated on FaceBook or to [email protected]
Please join us and spread the word. Wherever we are (whether in Asheville or Fayetteville, Buncombe County or Beaufort), we are needed. North Carolina is at a crossroads, and we’re on a journey home to the State we know.
Now or Never NC: “Support top Challengers, Break the Legislative Supermajority, Restore our State.” www.NowOrNeverNC.org.
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