A new way of doing politics in North Carolina

Join Good Party's movement to elect independent and people-powered leaders to local governments across the state.

Good Party Certified Candidates in NC
Guillermo Nurse
Mayor, Oxford, NC

Leading Oxford Forward

Attracting and retaining businesses
retired
Barbara Gaskins
Mayor, District N/A, Greenville, NC

All Gas No Brakes to Move Greenville Forward

Encouraging community-led crime watch and prevention efforts
Nationally Certified Reentry Professional/ Nationally Certified Gang Specialist
Victoria Masika
County Commissioner, Orange /Durham, NC
A Strong and Dedicated Leader for Your County
Celebrating and promoting cultural diversity
Teacher
Rodney Rowland
Mayor, District Dunn, Dunn, NC

"Rowland for Mayor: The People Matter"

Attracting and retaining businesses
Executive Director of Dunn Police Athletic & Activities League, Inc.
Michael Germano
Town Commissioner, District At-Large, Zebulon, NC
"Vote Michael Germano: Leading Zebulon's progress, for our families, together!"
Attracting and retaining businesses
Architect
JJ Campbell
City Council, Durham, NC

Vote JJ because people are more important.

Enhancing bike lanes
House Father
Scoop Green
Council member, District Unexpired at-large, Holly Springs, NC

"Scoop Green for Council: Building Bridges, Empowering Communities!"

Invest in infrastructure, create jobs
Operations Manager at YMCA
Scott Wagoner
Mayor, District Wake County, Rolesville, NC

"Scott Wagoner: Uniting Rolesville for a prosperous and vibrant future!"

Cultural events and community events
Teacher
GoodParty

What makes a candidate Good Party Certified?

We're not a political party, but are seeking to replace the corrupt and ineffective two-party system with people-powered, independent candidates. Candidates earn the Good Party Certified label when they take our pledge, in which candidates agree to not run as Republicans or Democrats, raise a majority of their funding from real people instead of corporate lobbyists, and propose real solutions in the interest of their communities, not hate or partisanship.

We believe candidates who check these boxes put all levels of government on track by rejecting dark money influences and putting power back in the hands of the people.
We're not a political party, but are seeking to replace the corrupt and ineffective two-party system with people-powered, independent candidates. Candidates earn the Good Party Certified label when they take our pledge, in which candidates agree to not run as Republicans or Democrats, raise a majority of their funding from real people instead of corporate lobbyists, and propose real solutions in the interest of their communities, not hate or partisanship.

We believe candidates who check these boxes put all levels of government on track by rejecting dark money influences and putting power back in the hands of the people.
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Why North Carolina?

Good Party is focused on helping candidates in North Carolina because it is one of the most independent states in the country. 36% of voters in the state identify with neither major political party, and 46% of those voters are under the age of 40. This means that the fastest-growing voting population of the state is young voters without representation! It also makes North Carolina an important proving ground for our movement to elect new options other than Red and Blue.
Good Party is focused on helping candidates in North Carolina because it is one of the most independent states in the country. 36% of voters in the state identify with neither major political party, and 46% of those voters are under the age of 40. This means that the fastest-growing voting population of the state is young voters without representation! It also makes North Carolina an important proving ground for our movement to elect new options other than Red and Blue.
Upcoming elections and dates

7/10Durham Early voting registration
10/10Durham Municipal primary election
11/7Durham General election