DWB is in!


We’re pleased to announce that David Wilson Brown has officially filed his campaign with the FEC, confirming that he will run for the office of US Representative for North Carolina’s 10th Congressional District.

David has been a resident of North Carolina for over 30 years and has been living in the 10th district for over 5 years. He has heard the call to public service:

“I am a husband and a father who is gravely troubled by the direction our nation is going and the legacy we are leaving for our children.  I believe it is time I left the sidelines and help lead, for we are in a time of unprecedented crisis and our current leaders aren’t representing us. Too many people in our district are struggling with employment, access to healthcare, and quality education. We can do so much more together than apart.”


David is passionate about stopping climate change, stopping the erosion of our voting rights, and providing for the future of our nation with better access to quality education for its people.

In the days, weeks, and months to come, we’ll bring you more information on how you can help David and join him in our progressive vision to help the 10th District.

Let America Be America Again

“The founder’s vision of America is unfortunately still out of reach for many in America. Langston Hughes wrote the poem “Let America Be America Again” in 1935 and it is still a powerful read today.

We need to complete the plan for America, to truly be the home where all can realize their inalienable rights – life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”

-David Wilson Brown

Where is North Carolina’s 10th Congressional District?

Asking where is North Carolina’s 10th Congressional District is a legitimate question. Due to rampant redistricting by North Carolina’s General Assembly which have been frequently deemed by the courts to be unconstitutional, the area of the district has changed frequently. In 2016, the most recent changes were applied.


The district now includes all of Gaston, Lincoln, Cleveland, Rutherford, & Polk Counties as well as most of Catawba County, about a third of Buncombe County, and a small area of Iredell County.