The Communications Subcommittee (Comms for short) is the central information distribution arm of the DPCC, responsible for distributing information to the general public, updating social media, and handling requests from the public and news media. We are also typically the first point of contact for someone interested in or wanting help from the Democratic Party of Craighead County. We can assist other DPCC members or subcommittees in producing and formatting information, whether for an external or internal (that is, DPCC-only) audience.

Meet Communications

The current members of Communications:

  • David McAvoy (Focus: Facebook)
  • Kimberly Roberts (Focus: Instagram)
  • Paul Vellozo (Focus: Facebook)
  • Kaleb Webb (Secretary, Executive Committee Liaison)
  • Renay Williams (Focus: Twitter, Website, TikTok)

We are currently looking for volunteers familiar with WordPress, graphic design, TikTok, interacting with the press, and writing press releases. We’re also always happy to welcome new social media team members to help us with posting!

Join Communications

Currently, Communications runs the social media for the committee. This includes Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tik ok, and our website. Communications also maintains the committee web presence (you are here!), promotes meetings and events. We work in Slack. To join Communications, you need to be a member in good standing in the committee (you can join the committee in a variety of ways and and then confirm this with our Secretary) and then reach out to us on Slack to be added to our committee channels.

If you want to help us out with content but don’t have time to join, we’re happy to receive tips and promote events by members as long as they align with our values! See the contact form below.

Contact Communications

Please use the form below to let us know about issues of interest! You can also message us on our social media—our DMs are open.

2022 Preferential Primary Event Promotion

If you have an event in NEA, please use the form below to share your Facebook Event (not posts), Tweet, and Instagram URLs announcing your events with us. We will share it so those who use our social media to see local events can make plans to attend. Select “Local event notice”, include the URLs in the text box, as well if the link is time sensitive.