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Harnett County Democratic Party


It's important that Democrats in Harnett County be seen and heard. We want to elect more Democrats to local, state and national seats. We want to effect change on a variety of issues at different levels. It's important that you know local Democrats are visible, vocal and are your concerned neighbors. 

Our Democratic candidates offer solutions and sensible ideas to address the explosion of unfettered development in our county. They are focused on representing ALL the citizens and addressing important issues like our failing schools and serious lack of new businesses. 

Speaking of our failing schools, did you know that North Carolina's per pupil spending of $9,958 placed the state 43rd in the nation? Harnett County only spends $1321.51 per student. This increases to $1416.17 if approved for 24-25 budget. This also includes charter school students. Is it any wonder our schools are failing? It is up to the County Commissioners to reverse the destruction of our public schools. Currently the Commissioners are overwhelmingly republican with one lone Democrat, Barbara McKoy. Harnett County needs stronger advocates for public schools. Our children deserve better.

Please visit the Candidate section of this website to find direct links to our candidates' websites as well as their pictures and short statement of campaign highlights. You will also find information about candidate events.



Our First day of canvassing! Thank you to all our great volunteers. Together we knocked on over 350 doors and presented our 2024 Voter's Guide. If you're interested in volunteering but have never canvassed before, a training session is being held Saturday, May 18th from 1:00 to 3:30 at the Commons in Lillington. Training for Canvassers


The Harnett County Democratic Party is currently organizing a Veteran's Caucus. If you are a veteran and a registered Democrat, contact Jason Cain at Veteran's Caucus

Want to get involved? Here's a way to support our "boots on the ground" volunteers. 

Reports on 9th and 13th Congressional Conventions are available for your information. Visit the "In the Know" section of this website.
The North Carolina Democratic Women Region 8 Convention heard directly from Mo Green, Democratic candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction. Visit the "In the Know" section of this website for Mo Green's inspiring vision for NC Public Schools. He is a champion for public education.
Looking for ways to get involved? The Harnett County Democratic Party has numerous opportunities! Visit our "Take Action" section or contact your Precinct Chairperson. You will find your precinct Chairperson in the "Take Action" subpage "Find your Precinct."

Look for us on Facebook! We'd love to have you in our community.


Have you looked at the Republican Plan for our country in Project 2025?

Besides totally eliminating the federal Department of Education, they want us to have an Education Savings Account, funded by state and local taxes, so parents could choose their own set of education options for their child. The catch here is that some of the schools will be faith based. But, there's more! These "savings accounts" will be managed by "charitable nonprofits" In other words, the wolves will be holding the keys to the henhouse. Here's the link:   PROJECT 2025 




And take a look at our video as to why we believe the way we do....

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