ECU poli sci major serves as DNC delegate

ECU junior Uriah Ward attended the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte as the youngest delegate from North Carolina’s 3rd District.

Ward is working toward a bachelor’s in political science at ECU, where he also serves as president of the College Democrats. He expected to be joined by several other ECU College Democrats to hear President Barack Obama accept the Democratic Party nomination.


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