One of the best things that has happened to me since I became the Democratic Chairman here in Pike County is meeting Sam Mitchell. You’re looking at a product of Sam’s work, right this moment. He is the one that has totally redesigned our web site.
You see, Sam is a artist. And he’s a Democrat. (Those two things seem to go hand-in-hand don’t they?) Sam is actually from the county next door. Believe it or not, we get that a lot here in Pike County. Democrats from other counties are finding out about us faster than they are finding their own county parties. We will steer Sam (and perhaps you) to his own county party but we sure are grateful for his help. He is a welcomed addition to our regular meetings. You would be too — whether or not you live in Pike County.
We’re excited that people are taking notice of the Democratic Party of Pike County and I’m sure that Sam’s efforts will accelerate that trend. If you’re looking for a way to make a difference, a way to connect with other Democrats in the State or just a chance to hear and be heard by like-minded people — come join us. We’re the Democratic Party of Pike County and we’d love to hear from you. Sam has made that real easy for you to do. Facebook, Twitter, this blog,…we even have a Flickr account now.
If you don’t know what any of that means, don’t worry. Just look at the top right of the page and click on “Contact”. That will give you a form to email us or even show you the address where you can send us a good old-fashioned letter in the mail. You see, we have members that don’t even own a computer (and don’t want to own one.) Remember, we’re the Party of inclusion, not exclusion. If you want to participate in the political process, you will be welcomed here. Even if you’re a recovering Republican.
Our next meeting will be on Thursday, March 14th, at 7PM. We’ll be in the back room at “A Novel Experience“, on the courthouse square in Zebulon, just like always. We hope you’ll join us. If you do, be sure to say “Thanks Sam“.
Don Brown — Chairman
The Democratic Party of Pike County
February 19, 2013