As we bid farewell to the hot summer months and welcome the arrival of fall, North Carolina residents can attest to the scorching summers that
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At Down Home, we elect candidates who will work for the working class. Read about three candidates on the ballot in towns across the state who are all Down Home members and ready to lead.
Most of us support, embrace, and want to protect the LGBTQIA+ community in the United States, so why are political operatives pushing so much money into fear-mongering?
The maps created this week are shameless and nothing short of a last-ditch power grab. If politicians were offering regular working-class people solid representation– if they were passing legislation that helped improve our lives– they wouldn’t have to resort to dirty tricks.
Sabrina Berry, a member of our Down Home Cabarrus chapter, explains why working-class people need working-class candidates.
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No matter where you live or if you are Black, white, or Brown, rural North Carolinians want to be civically engaged and have a say
“Have you seen those blue shirts?” That’s what people all across the state were saying last month during Public School Strong’s September Surge. The “blue shirts” popped up at school board meetings in dozens of counties all across the state with one message: “Enough is enough: Support Public Education NOW!”