PA PAC’s endorsement gets candidates elected! Endorsements decisions are made by a vote of PA members at democratically run meetings where the candidates’ merits are debated and everyone has the right to speak.
PA PAC’s endorsement gets candidates elected! Endorsement decisions are made by a vote of PA PAC members at democratically run meetings where the candidates’ merits are debated and everyone has the right to speak. Join the People’s Alliance and help choose winners!
President and Vice President of the US – Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine
U.S. Senate –Deborah Ross
U.S. House – G. K. Butterfield (1); David Price (4) (vote for one in your district)
Governor – Roy Cooper
Lt. Governor – Linda Coleman
Attorney General – Josh Stein
Auditor – Beth Wood
Commissioner of Agriculture – Walter Smith
Commissioner of Insurance- Wayne Goodwin
Commissioner of Labor –Charles Meeker
Secretary of State – Elaine Marshall
Superintendent of Public Instruction – June Atkinson
State Treasurer – Dan Blue, III
N.C. State Senate – Floyd McKissick (20), Mike Woodard (22) (vote for one in your district)
N.C. State House – Larry Hall (29), Paul Luebke (30), H. M. (Mickey) Michaux (31), Graig Meyer (50) (vote for one in your district)
Board of County Commissioners – Heidi Carter, James Hill, Brenda Howerton, Wendy Jacobs, Ellen Reckhow
Register of Deeds – Sharon Davis
NON-PARTISAN – TURN YOUR BALLOT OVER!
NC Supreme court – Mike Morgan
NC Court of Appeals – Linda Stephens, Margaret Eagles, Abe Jones, Vince Rozier, Rickye McKoy-Mitchell
District Court – Shamieka Rhinehart
Durham Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor – Danielle Adams
Vote “For” all four of the Durham County Bond referenda
- Education, $90,870,000, including a new Northern High School and renovations to Eno Valley Elementary School;
- Libraries, $44,725,000, including a major enlargement and overhaul of the aging main library downtown;
- Durham Technical Community College; $20,195,000, including new facilities for automotive and construction training; and
- The North Carolina Museum of Life and Science, $14,210,000, including parking facilities and expanded new space for exhibits and education.