RALEIGH, NC – On Saturday, November 11, 2017, at the AAC-NCDP Election and Convention in Greensboro, NC, new executive officers were elected. This Saturday, December 30, 2017, they will be installed into office by the Honorable Michael Morgan, Associate Justice on the North Carolina Supreme Court.
The ceremony will be held at 1 p.m. at Goodwin House, 220 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC.
Officers that will be installed are Linda Wilkins-Daniels (President), John L. Moore (1st Vice President), Phyllis Perry (2nd Vice President), Natalie Murdock (3rd Vice President), Sandra Cooley (Secretary), Linda Johnson-Spence (Treasurer), and Corey Gee (Parliamentarian).
“The African American Caucus of the North Carolina Democratic Party is implementing a new strategic plan across the State. The plan is designed to take North Carolina in a new direction” stated Linda Wilkins-Daniels, the State Caucus President. “The strategic plan is a part of a bigger re-organizational plan being developed by the Caucus members.”
“The Caucus is moving forward with a purpose, and the intent is to unify the vote of all those whose voices are not being heard” stated Mrs. Wilkins-Daniels.
The mission of the AAC-NCDP is to promote political participation and education within the African American Community, encourage African Americans to seek public office, represent issues and concerns of its membership to the Democratic Party Leadership and to work towards strengthening the Democratic Party.