Progressive Democrats are committed to improving the lives of all who live in our state and country. We believe that everyone is entitled to:

  • Racial, social, and economic justice
  • Quality, affordable health care and social support services
  • Opportunities for quality education and meaningful employment paying a living wage
  • A healthy environment at home and at work
  • A voice in decisions that impact their communities and lives

Progressive Democrats do this by:

  • Fighting for democracy and government that serves the needs of people
  • Engaging with people where they are
  • Sharing information and perspectives on issues and policy alternatives
  • Recruiting and supporting candidates who embrace Progressive values and policies
  • Fighting voter suppression, gerrymandering, and the dominance of money in politics


Progressive Caucus 2021 Goals

Starting from breakout sessions at our 2020 Annual Meeting, we’ve formulated 2021 goals


Recent Blog Posts

Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson Must Be Removed from Office

In June of this year, N.C. Lt. Governor Mark Robinson referred to gay and transgender citizens as “filth” during a speech at Asbury Baptist Church in Seagrove, N.C.  When the Lt. Gove…

TEACHING AMERICAN HISTORY

TEACHING AMERICAN HISTORY NC Social Studies Standards 2021 Standards Development Process Social Studies Curriculum 2021 The preamble, written by NC Superintendent of Public Instruction, Catherine Trui…

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Fighting for Black Lives After the Chauvin Trial

Two weeks ago, when Derek Chauvin was convicted on three counts of murdering George Floyd, I was both surprised and grateful: Maybe we’d finally start holding police accountable for violence against B…

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Progressive Caucus Joins Climate Groups to Urge 100% Clean Electricity Standard by 2035

Today, the Progressive Caucus of the North Carolina Democratic Party joined more than 150 organizations to release a letter urging President Biden and Congressional leaders to pass economic recovery l…

Confederate Monuments and the Fight for Racial Justice

Join the NC Council of Churches and the NC Commission on Racial & Ethnic Disparities in the Criminal Justice System (NC CRED) for a discussion with Dr. Karen L. Cox, author of No Common Ground: Co…

How Georgia Did It?

Neighbors on Call and FlipNC are co-sponsoring a virtual event next week so that we in North Carolina can learn from what Stacey Abrams and her team did to turn Georgia blue. I expect to learn a treme…