Charles McLawhorn, Jr. has served as the Chairman of the Pitt County Democratic Party since 2015. A respected attorney, he grew up on a tobacco and dairy farm in the quiet Pitt County community of Renston, which is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Since 2015, Chairman McLawhorn's leadership has improved Democratic performance in county-wide races, delivering a number of critical wins for statewide candidates and re-energizing local Democrats through our precinct organizations. In 2018, Democrats won 16 out of 19 contested races in Pitt County.
A lifelong Democrat, Ann Huggins has served as the 1st Vice Chair of the Pitt County Democratic Party since 2015. She has previously served as a Precinct Chair, as well as one of Pitt County's delegates to the North Carolina Democratic Party State Executive Committee. In addition to her duties for the party, Huggins currently serves District 1 on the Pitt County Board of Commissioners. She was appointed to the position in 2017 to fill a vacancy and was elected to a full four-year term in 2018.
Kris Rixon is a current graduate student in the Department of Sociology at East Carolina University. He was elected as 2nd Vice Chair of the Pitt County Democratic Party in 2019. In 2018, he was the Democratic nominee for North Carolina's 9th state house district.
Gregory Tucker is a retired telecommunications professional who has served as 3rd Vice Chair of the Pitt County Democratic Party since 2015. He was re-elected to the position in 2017 and has been an instrumental party of the party's local success in both 2016 and 2018.
Ann Watson has served as the Secretary of the Pitt County County Democratic Party since 2017. She lives in Greenville and works as a Senior Compliance Analyst for one of the nation's largest media conglomerates. A systematic thinker with proven track record of improving results, Watson was an instrumental part of the Pitt Dem's success in 2018 and has helped streamline many aspects of local organizing.
Blake Price has served the Treasurer of the Pitt County Democratic Party since 2015. He is a retired educator at East Carolina University. In addition to his service to the county party, Price served as an officer of the Pitt County Democratic Men's Club from 2014-2015, and actively works within his local Greenville precinct, 10A.