The Craven County GOP Executive Committee unanimously adopted the following resolution Thursday night: A Resolution to Remove David Lewis from National Committee Chairmanship Immediately for Failure to Comply with NCGOP Plan of Organization Whereas David Lewis introduced language into H373 in the “11th hour,” establishing shadow parties in direct competition with the Republican and Democratic […]
On June 25, the Craven County Republican Party Executive Committee unanimously adopted the following resolution: A Resolution to Commend U.S. Representative Mark Meadows Whereas an elected member to the US House of Representatives’ first duty is to the constituents of his respective district, and Mark Meadows has demonstrated that his loyalty is to North Carolina […]
The North Carolina Legislature will choose the date of the 2016 Republican Presidential Primary. Below is a short description of some of the critical facts surrounding this issue. North Carolina’s Republican Presidential Primary – The Date Matters!
For those going up to Raleigh in a couple weeks to be delegates to the NCGOP convention, there are lots of extra events to attend aside from the business sessions on Friday and Saturday. For instance, on Saturday night I understand for $100 you can attend a dinner with special guest Donald Trump. Since the story […]
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There has been a lot of talk about the date North Carolina will hold its Presidential Primary next year. The article at the link below explains why the timing of the Primary is VERY important. Click Here To View Article
Delegates from all over the state will converge on Raleigh the first weekend in June for the GOP State Convention. If you were properly credentialed as a delegate to the County Convention and signed up for the State Convention, you’re allowed to register to be one of these state delegates. After you fork over at […]
Over 150 Republicans attended our Convention Saturday morning March 14 including 126 voting delegates and 3 alternates. The Anti-SLAPP (Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation) Resolution was passed and the proposed changes to the Plan of Organization was tabled. John Gjertsen was elected Corresponding Secretary, Lillian Creger MAL Human Resources and Jim Cline MAL Precincts. Congratulations […]