The Henderson County Democratic Party (HCDP) represents values such as democracy for all, education, living wages, and affordable healthcare in Henderson county. HCDP works directly with each of our 35 voting precincts to connect with voters, promote our platform, and support qualified Democratic candidates in our area.
HCDP website INDEX (via ‘tabs”):
|GET INVOLVED||EVENTS||OUR PARTY||CONTRIBUTE||VOTER INFO|
|issue-concerns info and more details||auxiliary Democratic groups||RECURRING monthly events only||
candidates info. & links +
|Below: Events Calendar||volunteer form||See HOME for full schedule||history & more||where contributions ‘go’.||registration & voting facts|
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Want to see SAMPLE BALLOTS? Go HERE! The Sample Ballots are below the title “Supporting Documents”. Please be sure to vote for the WHOLE NC Ballot – after the presidential candidates!
NEED 2020 Primary election voting info + dates and times?
CANDIDATES’ INFO: want to know more about the Dem Candidates ? Find newly added candidates with links -> ‘HERE’
2020 is HERE!
All hands needed on deck! YOUR precinct will need your help. The recent municipal elections showed that volunteers DO make a difference by calling or canvassing. It’s fun when it is a team working for our great candidates! See details: http://www.myhcdp.com/Wordpress/hcdp-needs-your-help-in-precincts Or… just fill out the handy volunteer form: HERE.
CENSUS WORKERS NEEDED in Henderson County!
APPLY NOW – Census is hiring $19/hr in Henderson County
The US Census is currently hiring people for temporary work. The pay is
$19.00/hr: $760 for a 40 hour work week + mileage at 57.5 cents per mile. This
amounts to $3,000 – $5,500 in the 8 weeks job period. No experience is necessary,
and paid training is provided – most likely two days in Asheville in March. Those
18 and older (or 17, and turning 18 by May) with a vehicle are eligible. You must
be a citizen, or a resident and bilingual preferred (English / Spanish).
Selection of Census Takers will take place in the next 4 weeks. This selection is for
jobs from now until the summer. If you do not apply now, there is a good chance
you will not be selected for a job.
The hours are flexible and can be part or full-time. You choose your days and
hours. This is suitable for anyone. Those needing extra income, to supplement an
existing job, or summertime work for teachers, students or helping those in
retirement. You can live in any County to apply.
You may apply online at https://2020census.gov/jobs
If you have any questions, please contact David.firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Candidate events added onto the calendar below are “Candidate information only” and are not intended as an endorsement of one Democrat over another in the primary.
E V E N T S C A L E N D A R
NOW! (FEB. 13 until FEB. 29) Early PRIMARY voting open at 4 locations:
the Board of Elections Office – 75 E. Central St., Hendersonville,
2. Flat Rock Village Hall, 3. Fletcher Town Hall, and 4. Etowah Library,
NOTE: All precincts will be allowed to vote at any of the four early polling places.
TIMES: February 13-28 (Mon.-Fri.) @ 8 am to 7:30 pm
Feb. 29 (Saturday!) 8 am – 3 pm
Questions? Please contact the Henderson County Board of Elections. 828-697-4970
UPDATES to above VOTING information:
# 1 – No photo ID is required for the March 3, 2020 election.
# 2- Unaffiliated voters can request the Democrat, Republican, or Libertarian ballot. They can’t choose the Constitution or the Green party ballot (closed primaries) and there is not a non-partisan Ballot.
# 3- Voters can register to vote at any one-stop site. You will have to provide something with your current Henderson County address.
***NOTE! If you need a ride to the polls, call the HCDP office. 828-692-6424. If you don’t get a live person, leave a message. We’ll take you!***
FEB. 22 – All day – submit events for end-month E-News to email@example.com (Please use format in this ‘calendar’.)
FEB. 24.@ 4-6 pm. Monday. Sam Edney Meet & Greet. At St. Paul Vineyards, 2608c Greenville Hwy. Click on graphic for more details! RSVP: 828-553-7587
FEB. 27 @ 4 to 6 pm. Henderson County League of Women Voters Program on “All Things Voting.” At Hendersonville Public Library, 301 Washington Street, in Kaplan Auditorium. Board of Elections Director Karen Hebb will speak about current voting regulations and retired history teacher Paul Goebel will cover the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and what has happened to it. Ron Katz, WNC social justice advocate, will discuss redistricting and fair maps, and Ernie Mowell, LWVHC Vice-President, will focus on the importance of the 2020 Census. Sample ballots, early one-stop voting hours and locations, and LWVHC voter guide, VOTE411.org will also be available. A question and answer period will follow the speakers’ presentations. Free and open to the public. For more information, please go to www.lwvhcnc.org.
FEB. 27 @ 6:30 pm. YOUNG DEMOCRATS GATHERING! At: 1216 Sixth Ave., W. (“down and in back of bldg.), Hendersonville. Click in graphic for more details.
FEB. 28 @ 4:30 – 6 pm. Progressive Alliance Postcard Party At: Sanctuary Brewing Company 147 1st Ave. E Hendersonville. Come write postcards to your elected officials
MAR. 3. Primary ELECTION DAY.
ALL Precinct Polling places will be open – 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
(If you don’t know your precinct, please call the Board of Elections, 828-697-4970… the friendly staff will look that up for you! OR – you can look up your precinct by your address via the Board of Elections map. HERE. )
NEED a ride? Call HQ -> 828-692-6424. We will get you to the poll.
Want to offer a ride? Call HQ -> 828-692-6424!
March 3 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Board of Directors meeting. At: Henderson County Democratic Headquarters, 1216 6th Avenue West Suite 600 (back of building)
MARCH 3 @ 6:30 – 9:30-ish (?). Election Result “Watch”. At HCDP HQ, 1216 Sixth Ave. W., Hendersonville, NC (back of bldg.). Polls close at 7:30. Bring heavy hors d’oeuvres to share.
March 6 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm Progressive Alliance Postcard Party at Sanctuary Brewing Company 147 1st Ave. E Hendersonville, NC 28792
March 10 @ 5:45 pm – 7:00 pm Democratic Women of Henderson County At 103 Third Ave. E., Hendersonville NC 28792 Come join us. We have social time: 5:00 to 5:45 and a meeting with a speaker from 5:45 to 7:00 pm. We meet at Three Chopt Shoppe 103 3rd Avenue E. Hendersonville, NC If you wish to order a meal, please be there around 5 to make sure you have time to get your order and enjoy your meal and the company before the meeting begins.
MAR 10 – all day – submit events for end-month E-News to firstname.lastname@example.org (Please use format in this ‘calendar’.)
MAR. 12 @ 2 – 4 pm. Canvass Training! Donaldson Room (suite 500), 1216 Sixth Ave., W., Hendersonville (back of building). Join us in learning how to be effective canvassers so we can help get folks out to vote!
March 13 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm Progressive Alliance Postcard Party At: Sanctuary Brewing Company 147 1st Ave. E Hendersonville. Come write postcards to your elected officials
March 16 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm LGBTQ Democrats Join us at the Henderson County Democratic Party Headquarters 1216 Sixth Ave W., Hendersonville NC 6:30 pm-7:30 pm
March 18 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm. HCDP Senior Democrats Mike’s Pizza & Pasta 803 Spartanburg Highway 12:30 Social Time 1:00 Business and Speaker. Question? Please call Rose Stone at 692-5001
March 20 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm Progressive Alliance Postcard Party At: Sanctuary Brewing Company 147 1st Ave. E Hendersonville. Come write postcards to your elected officials.
MAR. 24 @ 6 – 8 pm. Canvass Training! Donaldson Room (suite 500), 1216 Sixth Ave., W., Hendersonville (back of building). Join us in learning how to be effective canvassers so we can help get folks out to vote!
MAR. 25 – all day – submit events for end-month E-News to email@example.com (Please use format in this ‘calendar’.)
March 27 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm Progressive Alliance Postcard Party At: Sanctuary Brewing Company 147 1st Ave. E Hendersonville. Come write postcards to your elected officials
MAR. 28 @ 1-4 pm. County HCDP Convention. At: Edneyville Community Center, 15 Ida Rogers Dr., Hendersonville. (More details coming – check back.)
HENDERSON COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFFICE
1216 6th Avenue West
Suite 600 (back of building)
Hendersonville, NC 28739
Call Us At (828) 692-6424
Hours: 11 am – 2 pm Monday through Fri