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2023 NC 11 District Convention



  Please  pre-register by clicking the register button above. 10AM registration and delegate check-in.

Attendees should arrive at 10AM to check in.  Lunch will be provided.  Pre-registration will allow you to select your lunch options.  Delegates and attendees both may use the registration link to register.  We strongly encourage pre-registration but walk-ins are welcome also.  Only delegates have voting privileges.

Volunteers to help set up are needed.   Volunteers helping with setup, please come at 9AM.  TY

Agenda Highlights and Convention documents below.

Location and directions

Ferguson Auditorium, Fernihurst Dr, Asheville, NC 28801

NC11 Democrats 2023 District Convention

Proposed Agenda

May 20st, 2023 - 11AM - Ferguson Auditorium, AB Tech


  • Welcome/Call To Order

  • NCDP Statement of Inclusion

  • Pledge of Allegiance

  • Moment of Silence

  • Establishment of Quorum

  • Approval of Convention Agenda

  • Adoption of Convention Rules

  • Approval of 2022 Meeting Minutes

  • Finance Report

  • District Officers Reports

  • Lunch

  • Guest Speakers

  • Elections

  • Resolutions

  • Announcements

  • Adjournment

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Allison Scott is a 5th generation Asheville local and trans woman who advocates for LGBTQ Southerners as the Director of Impact & Innovation for the Campaign for Southern Equality. Allison’s career has spanned working in the corporate world with Information Technology to serving her community as a community organizer and bridge builder regarding equality for LGBTQ people at the local, state, and national level. Along with her current work Allison currently serves on the advisory board for Caring for Children of Western North Carolina. In 2020 she was recruited to serve as the Co-Chair for the Biden for Presidential campaign, North Carolina LGBTQ Leadership Council, and participats in working sessions advocating for LGBTQ rights at both the regional level and with the US Department of Justice, the Department of Labor, and the EEOC. 

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