Chair – Beth Kendall
Beth grew up in rural Wilkes County and then went to UNC Chapel Hill for her undergraduate degree and then Methodist University in Fayetteville for Physician Assistant School. She currently works in urgent care, as a PA, at various offices around the greater Charlotte region. Beth lives in southeastern Iredell County with her husband Nick, stepchildren Jack and Claire, and golden retriever Miles. Beth is an avid runner and CrossFitter, and she has finished 27 marathons.
Beth was the Democratic Candidate for Iredell County Commissioner in 2018. She is passionate about electing democrats.
First Vice Chair – Doug Reed
Second Vice Chair – Bruce Anderson
Bruce is retired after a successful career as an outside salesman for electronic manufacturers, and was responsible for the Southeastern United States. Held Nemours low voltage & A/V certifications.
He has served in a number of positions on a HOA executive board for a Charlotte community, including acting as president for a 279 home community, and held positions with business group connected to the Cabarrus County Chamber of Commerce.
As Second Vice Chair, Bruce organized 17 Iredall Precincts in 2019. He is the chair of Fallstown precinct, was the Iredell Ambassador for David Wilson Brown’s campaign, and aided Allen Edwards campaign for the NC House 84.
Looking to make a difference in Local, Congressional, and State elected officials with the following issues: Health care, education, infrastructure, voting rights and the environment.
Third Vice Chair – Gretchen McLean
Gretchen has been active in politics since volunteering for Democratic candidates as a Senior in High School. Her other volunteer activities include being a Girl Scout troop leader and creating and maintaining her son’s Boy Scout troop website for four years. Gretchen is an avid reader who enjoys spending time with her family and friends and relaxes by cuddling with her cat, Molly.
Treasurer – Allen Edwards
Allen R. Edwards is a native of Union County, North Carolina. He attended public school and earned degrees from UNC-Chapel Hill and the UNC School of Medicine. He has practiced occupational medicine for over 30 years. He and his wife, Susan, live on the Catawba River in western Iredell County with their Jack Russell, Max, and their miniature dachshund, Gracie.
Dr. Edwards was the Democratic candidate for North Carolina House District 84 in the 2018 election.
Secretary – Becky Houck