Below is a list of all Elected Democratic from the highest office in the United States of America and North Carolina to our local Mayors and Council/Alder members
Statewide Elected Officials
As governor of North Carolina, Roy has fought for good-paying jobs, strong public schools, access to quality, affordable health care, and a safer and more just North Carolina.
Roy has announced tens of thousands of new jobs across North Carolina, including in North Carolina’s rural and economically distressed counties. He has also created initiatives such as NC Job Ready, Finish Line Grants, and Hometown Strong.
From his first day in office, Roy has fought for better teacher pay and funding for our classrooms, expanded pre-kindergarten programs and re-established the Teaching Fellows Program to recruit and support highly qualified teachers in North Carolina.
As Attorney General, Josh protects the people of North Carolina by supporting victims of violent crime, including domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. He is leading the effort to clear the state’s backlog of untested sexual assault kits by securing funding to test kits.
Additionally, Josh is investigating hundreds of thousands of consumer complaints to hold business and individuals accountable for mistreating North Carolina customers, returning more than $100 million to consumers and winning the taxpayers $250 million in savings.
Attorney General Stein is fighting to protect the Affordable Care Act and ensure that North Carolinians have access to affordable health insurance.
North Carolina Secretary of State
In 1996, Secretary of State Elaine F. Marshall became the first woman ever elected to a statewide, executive branch office in North Carolina.
Secretary Marshall was a member of the NC State Senate before rising to statewide office. She holds a B.S. in Home Economics from the University of Maryland and a law degree from Campbell University.
She has received Honorary Doctorate Degrees from Campbell University, Lees-McRae College, Meredith College and the Republic of Moldova Testemitanu State University of Medicine.
Her work experiences include teaching Home Economics in the public school and community college systems, co-ownership of a book and gift store, establishing an interior decorating business and the private practice of law.
Secretary Marshall has been very active in many civic groups in the areas of child welfare, women’s issues, and agriculture and small town economic development.
North Carolina General Assembly
North Carolina House, District 63
A son of working-class immigrants, Ricky grew up in rural North Carolina and is a product of public schools. A first-generation college student, Ricky’s dream finally came true when he was accepted into UNC-Chapel Hill as a Morehead-Cain Scholar.
He found his passion for public service while at UNC, mentoring other high school students who grew up in similar circumstances and were working hard to make their own dreams come true. He attended graduate school at Princeton University, focusing on how to create effective public policy to fight poverty and inequality and build strong, vibrant communities.
State Supreme Court Judges
Chief District Court Judge
District Court Judges
Alamance Burlington Board of Education
Donna Davis Westbrooks
Alamance Board of Elections
Dorothy Yarborough, Chair
Board Member – Noah Read
Board Member – Homer Ashby
Alamance County Municipal Offices
Gibsonville Alderman – Bryant Crisp
City of Mebane
Town of Elon
Elon Mayor – Emily Sharpe
Elon Alderman –Quinn Ray
Elon Alderwoman –Stephanie Bourland
Elon Alderman –Randy Orwig
City of Burlington
Burlington City Council – Ronnie Wall
Burlington City Council – Kathy Hykes
Town of Green Level
Green Level City Council – Remonia Enoch, Mayor Pro Tempore