CEC Meeting

County Executive Committee Meeting – Thursday, January 12th 2023

Upcoming Meeting

– Zoom opens at 6:00pm

– Meeting begins at 6:30pm

– This meeting is for Wake County Democratic Party CEC members ONLY.

Meeting Notices

CEC Members will receive an RSVP and credential notice though their preferred opt-in method.

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If you do not opt-in to email notices, you will receive a postcard at the address we have on file.

Meeting Information

All Wake County CEC members are asked to attend this meeting to discuss and vote on important business for WCDP. CEC stands for County Executive Committee. The CEC is the governing body for the county Democratic Party.

Who’s on the CEC?

The CEC is comprised of 

– Chairs and Vice Chairs of each of the organized precincts in the district
– Elected members of the county’s Executive Council
– Representatives of the county chapters of state-wide auxiliaries
– Members of the county’s delegation to the State Executive Committee
– Elected Democratic officials representing all parts of the county who reside in HD34 (2022 Map only)
– Officers of Congressional District executive committees (residing in the district)
– The county party attorney (if the county has one and they live in the district)

Meeting Registration

Pre-registration is REQUIRED

– Must be completed by 12pm Thursday, January 12th
– There will be no exceptions
– If you cannot attend, please send a proxy

Not sure if you’re registered? Check here: link expired

Attending as a voting member:

– Complete the Voting Member Registration Form
– If you cannot attend, please send a proxy

If you’re planning on sending a proxy:

– You must complete the Voting Member Registration Form
– Your proxy must complete the Proxy Registration Form

Required Form

Attending as a proxy:

You and the member you are proxying for must complete the Proxy Form using the instructions provided on the form.


– All proxies must be Democrats registered to vote in Wake County.
– Proxies for precinct chairs and vice chairs must be registered to vote in the same precinct.
– Proxies for representatives of duly organized county chapters of state affiliated organizations must come from the same county chapter.

Required Form