The African American Caucus of the Wake County Democratic Party (AAC-WCDP) is an Official Auxiliary of the North Carolina Democratic Party whose purpose is to promote political participation and education throughout communities, influence and support the Democratic Party’s platform by raising political awareness, impact legislation, and electing Democrats that support our initiatives.
The Mission of the AAC-WCDP 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.
Serving All Communities in Wake County
On February 8, 2003, thirty-nine distinguished elected officials, leaders and advocates of the African American Democratic State Executive Committee (SEC) united to ensure that the interests and concerns of African Americans were included and addressed by the State SEC. Their valiant efforts led to the SEC’s adoption of a resolution to recognize the creation of the first African American Caucus as an official organization and auxiliary of the Party.
Harold Lee Hairston
Linda D. Coleman
Bernard Allen, Sr.
Sonia M. Barnes
Paid for by the African American Caucus of the Wake County Democratic Party