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  • published 2022 District Conventions in Events 2022-03-24 09:56:51 -0400

    2022 District Conventions

    District 1

    Saturday, April 23, 2022

    10:00 AM

    Nash Community College, Brown Auditorium

    454 N Old Carriage Rd

    Rocky Mount, NC 27804

    District 2

    Thursday, April 21, 2022

    6:30 PM

    Renaissance Centre

    405 Brooks St.

    Wake Forest, NC 27587

    District 3

    Saturday, April 23, 2022

    1:00 PM

    Greenville Hilton

    207 Greenville Blvd SW

    Greenville, NC 27834

    District 4

    Tuesday, April 26, 2022

    7:00 PM

    Sunrise Church

    1315 New Hope Trace

    Chapel Hill, NC 27516

    District 5

    Saturday, April 9, 2022

    10:00 AM

    JE Broyhill Civic Center

    1913 Hickory Blvd.

    Lenoir, NC 28645

    District 6 

    Saturday, April 9, 2022

    1:00 PM

    Revolution Academy

    3800 Oak Ridge Rd.

    Summerfield, NC 27358

    District 7 

    Saturday, April 30, 2022

    1:30 PM

    Elizabeth Baptist Church

    1800 W. Broad St.

    Elizabethtown, NC 28337

    District 8 

    Saturday, April 30, 2022

    10:00 AM

    Stanly County Commons

    1000 N. 1st St.

    Albemarle, NC 28001

    District 9 

    Saturday, April 30, 2022

    5:00 PM

    Pinehurst Village Hall

    395 Magnolia Rd.

    Pinehurst, NC 28374

    District 10

    Saturday, April 2, 2022

    1:00 PM

    Iredell County Government Center

    200 S. Center St.

    Statesville, NC 28677

    District 11

    Saturday, April 2, 2022

    10:00 AM

    Pisgah High School

    1 Black Bear Drive

    Canton, NC 28716

    District 12

    Thursday, April 7, 2022

    6:30 PM

    Freedom House

    2638 Salome Church Rd

    Charlotte, NC 28262

    District 13

    Saturday, April 23, 2022

    4:00 PM

    Johnston County Courthouse

    207 E Johnston St.

    Smithfield, NC 27577

    District 14

    Saturday, April 2, 2022

    4:00 PM

    Victory Christian Center Campus Three

    6916 Old Pineville Rd.

    Charlotte, NC 28217

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  • published 2022 County Conventions in Events 2022-02-18 11:15:24 -0500

    2022 County Conventions

    Alamance

    March 24, 2022

    7:00 p.m. (Registration 5:30-6:30 p.m.)

    Alamance County Historic Courthouse

    1 SE Court Square

    Graham, NC 27253

    Alexander

    March 8, 2022

    7:00 p.m. 

    Alexander County GOP Headquarters

    9 S. Center Street

    Taylorsville, NC 28681

    Alleghany

    March 3, 2022

    5:00 p.m.

    VFW Post 7034

    1193 US-21 S

    Sparta, NC 28675

    Anson 

    March 24, 2022

    6:00 p.m. (Registration begins at 5:00 p.m.)

    Polkton Depot

    S. Beverly Street

    Polkton, NC 28135

    Ashe

    March 19, 2022

    11:00 a.m.

    Ashe County Courthouse

    150 Government Circle

    Jefferson, NC 28640

    Avery 

    March 26, 2022

    4:30 p.m.

    Avery County Ag Center

    661 Vale Road

    Newland, NC 28657

    Beaufort

    March 5, 2022

    8:30 a.m.

    Southern Acres

    3889 NC Highway 92 E.

    Bath, NC 27808

    Bertie

    March 19, 2022

    11:00 a.m.

    Heritage House Restaurant

    1303 S King Street

    Windsor, NC 27983

    Bladen 

    March 26, 2022

    7:00 p.m. (Registration begins at 6:00 p.m.)

    Powell-Melvin Agricultural Center

    450 Smith Circle

    Elizabethtown, NC 28337

    Brunswick

    March 19, 2022

    10:00 a.m.

    Brunswick County GOP Headquarters

    971 Old Ocean Highway

    Bolivia, NC 28422

    Buncombe

    March 19, 2022

    Brookstone Church - Merrimon Campus

    283 Merrimon Ave

    Asheville, NC 28801

    Burke

    March 26, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Old Rock School

    400 Main Street W

    Valdese, NC 28690

    Cabarrus 

    March 19, 2022

    10:00 a.m.

    Kannapolis City Hall/Laureate Center

    401 Laureate Way

    Kannapolis, NC 28081

    Caldwell 

    March 5, 2022

    10:00 a.m.

    Caldwell County Public Library

    120 Hospital Avenue NW

    Lenoir, NC 28645

    Camden

    March 19, 2022

    10:00 a.m. (Registration begins at 9:00 a.m.)

    Camden Courthouse

    117 N Carolina Hwy 343 S

    Camden, NC 27921

    Carteret 

    March 12, 2022

    10:00 a.m.

    Crystal Coast Civic Center

    3505 Arendell Street

    Morehead City, NC 28557

    Caswell

    March 26, 2022

    10:00 a.m. (Registration begins at 9:00 a.m.)

    Old Caswell County Courthouse

    144 Court Sq

    Yanceyville, NC 27379

    Catawba

    March 26, 2022

    10:00 a.m.

    Catawba County Museum of History 

    30 N College Ave

    Newton, NC 28658

    Chatham

    March 26, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Pittsboro Community House

    65 Thompson Street

    Pittsboro, NC 27312

    Cherokee

    March 5, 2022

    9:30 a.m.

    The Hackney Warehouse

    11 Railroad St

    Murphy, NC 28906

    Chowan

    March 15, 2022

    6:00 p.m. (Registration begins at 5:00 p.m.)

    729 Virginia Rd

    Edenton, NC 27932

    Clay 

    March 17, 2022

    7:00 p.m.

    196 Ritter Rd

    Hayesville, NC 28904

    Cleveland

    March 26, 2022

    11:00 a.m. (Registration begins at 10:30 a.m.)

    Waco Community Volunteer Fire Department

    421 South Main Street

    Waco, NC 28169

    Columbus 

    March 24, 2022

    5:30 p.m.

    Columbus County Courthouse

    113 Courthouse Square

    Whiteville, NC 28472

    Craven

    March 19, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Craven County Sheriff's Office

    1100 Clarks Road

    New Bern, NC 28562

    Cumberland

    March 19, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Freedom Christian Academy

    3130 Gillespie Street

    Fayetteville, NC 28306

    Currituck

    March 19, 2022

    1:00 p.m.

    Currituck County Judicial Center

    2801 Caratoke Highway

    Currituck, NC 27929

    Dare

    March 19, 2022

    10:00 a.m. (Registration begins at 9:00 a.m.)

    Wanchese Community Center

    295 Old School House Rd

    Wanchese, NC 27981

    Davidson

    March 19, 2022

    8:30 a.m.

    Mt. Zion Wesleyan Church

    222 Mt. Zion Church Road

    Thomasville, NC 27360

    Davie

    March 15, 2022

    7:00 p.m. (Registration: 5:45-6:30)

    Davie County Courthouse

    140 S. Main Street

    Mocksville, NC 27028

    Duplin

    March 4, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    Corinth Baptist Church

    757 Corinth Church Road

    Rose Hill, NC 28458

    Durham

    March 12, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Mt. Zion Christian Church

    3519 Fayetteville Street

    Durham, NC 27707

    Edgecombe

    March 8, 2022

    Abrams Bar-B-Q of Tarboro

    609 W Wilson Street

    Tarboro, NC 27886

    Forsyth

    March 19, 2022

    8:00 a.m.

    Village Inn Hotel and Event Center

    6205 Ramada Drive

    Clemmons, NC 27012

    Franklin

    March 26, 2022

    7:00 p.m. (Registration 5:30-6:45)

    Franklin County District Courtroom Hamilton Hobgood Annex

    102 S Main Street

    Louisburg, NC 27549

    Gaston

    March 19, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Gaston College Myers Center

    201 US-321

    Dallas, NC 28034

    Gates

    March 5, 2022

    11:00 a.m.

    Upper Room Assembly Church

     807 Main Street

    Gatesville, NC 27938

    Graham

    March 14, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    Conference Call

    Granville

    March 24, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    The Granville County Expo and Convention Center

    4185 US Highway 15

    Oxford, NC 27565

    Greene

    March 10, 2022

    6:30 p.m.

    Rouse's Restaurant

    34 N Perry Drive

    Snow Hill, NC 28580

    Guilford

    March 12, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Charity Baptist Church

    4079 Battleground Avenue

    Greensboro, NC 27410

    Halifax

    March 12, 2022

    10:00 a.m. (Registration begins at 9:00 a.m.)

    Halifax County Center

    359 Ferrell Ln

    Halifax, NC 27839

    Harnett

    March 19, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Harnett County Resource Center

    455 McKinney Parkway

    Lillington, NC 27546

    Haywood

    March 5, 2022

    12:30 p.m.

    Pisgah High School

    1 Black Bear Drive

    Canton, NC 28716

    Henderson

    March 12, 2022

    12:00 p.m.

    The Lodge at Flat Rock

    42 McMurray Road

    Flat Rock, NC 28731

    Hertford

    March 5, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    Vito and Son's Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria

    812 East Memorial Drive

    Ahoskie, NC 27910

    Hoke

    March 17, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    Wilburn Lofts

    114 N Main Street

    Raeford, NC 28376

    Hyde

    March 26, 2022

    10:00 a.m.

    Hyde County Courthouse

    40 Oyster Creek St

    Swanquarter, NC

    Iredell

    March 26, 2022

    Precinct Meeting begins at 9:00 a.m. (Registration 8:00-8:45 a.m., convention to immediately follow)

    Iredell County Commissioners Room STVL

    200 S Center Street

    Room 101

    Statesville, NC 28677

    Jackson

    March 18, 2022

    5:00 p.m.

    Comfort Inn

    1235 E Main Street

    Sylva, NC 28779

    Johnston

    March 3, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    Johnston County Courthouse

    207 E Johnston Street

    Smithfield, NC 27577

    Jones

    March 29, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    Jones County Courthouse

    101 Market Street

    Trenton, NC 28585

    Lee 

    March 4, 2022

    7:30 p.m. (Registration 5:00-6:00 p.m.)

    Lee County Republican Party Headquarters

    101 S Steele Street

    Sanford, NC 27330

    Lenoir

    March 14, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    King's Restaurant

    405 E. New Bern Road

    Kinston, NC 28504

    Lincoln

    March 10, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    Lincoln Cultural Center

    403 E Main Street

    Lincolnton, NC 28092

    Macon

    March 25, 2022

    6:30 p.m. (Registration: 5:45-6:30)

    Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts

    1028 Georgia Road

    Franklin, NC 28734

    Madison 

    March 19, 2022

    9:00 a.m. (Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.)

    Madison County Center

    258 Carolina Ln

    Marshall, NC 28753

    Martin

    March 26, 2022

    10:00 a.m.

    Martin County Economic Development Corporation (TeleCenter Conference Room)

    415 East Blvd #130

    Williamston, NC 27892

    McDowell

    March 12, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Marion Community Building

    191 N Main Street

    Marion, NC 28752

    Mecklenburg

    March 5, 2022

    9:00 a.m. (Registration begins at 8:00 a.m.)

    Victory Christian Center Campus 3 Auditorium

    6916 Old Pineville Road

    Charlotte, NC 28217

    Mitchell

    March 19, 2022

    1:00 p.m.

    Mitchell County Historic Courthouse

    11 N. Mitchell Avenue

    Bakersville, NC 28705

    Montgomery

    March 26, 2022

    10:00 a.m.

    Montgomery County Courthouse

    108 E. Main Street

    Troy, NC 27371

    Moore

    March 5, 2022

    8:30 a.m.

    Pinehurst Village Hall

    395 Magnolia Road

    Pinehurst, NC 28374

    Nash 

    March 24, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    Nash Community College

    522 N Old Carriage Road

    Rocky Mount, NC 27804

    New Hanover

    March 15, 2022

    6:30 p.m.

    Spring View Church

    801 N College Road

    Wilmington, NC 28405

    Northampton

    March 31, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    Baysire Bistro

    128 W Jefferson St.

    Jackson, NC 27845

    Onslow

    March 5, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Sturgeon City Environmental Education Center

    50 Court Street

    Jacksonville, NC 28540

    Orange

    March 19, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Sunrise Church

    1315 New Hope Trace

    Chapel Hill, NC 27516

    Pamlico

    March 19, 2022

    10:30 a.m.

    Brantley's Village Restaurant

    900 Broad Street

    Oriental, NC 28571

    Pasquotank

    March 19, 2022

    10:00 a.m.

    Pasquotank County Courthouse Room A

    206 E. Main Street

    Elizabeth City, NC 27909

    Pender

    March 12, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Pender County Annex Building

    15060 US Highway 17

    Hampstead, NC 28443

    Perquimans

    March 31, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    Historic Perquimans County Court House

    128 N Church Street

    Hertford, NC 27944

    Person

    March 5, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Person County Office Building Auditorium

    304 S Morgan Street

    Roxboro, NC 27573

    Pitt

    March 19, 2022

    1:00 p.m.

    Pitt County Courthouse

    100 W 3rd Street

    Greenville, NC 27834

    Polk

    March 19, 2022

    10:00 a.m.

    Sarah Ernst Darnall Facility

    33 S Peak Street

    Columbus, NC 28722

    Randolph

    March 17, 2022

    5:00 p.m.

    Randolph County Historic Courthouse

    145 Worth Street

    Asheboro, NC 27203

    Richmond

    March 19, 2022

    1:00 p.m.

    Sandhills Alternative Academy

    503 Rockingham Road

    Rockingham, NC 28379

    Robeson

    March 22, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    Adelio’s Restaurant

    111 W. 3rd Street

    Lumberton, NC 28358

    Rockingham

    3/12/2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Wentworth Town Hall

    124 Peachtree Road

    Reidsville, NC37320

    Rowan 

    March 5, 2022

    8:00 a.m.

    Rowan County Administration Building

    130 W Innes Street

    Salisbury, NC 28144

    Rutherford

    March 26, 2022

    10:00 a.m. (Registration begins at 8:30 a.m., Precinct Meetings at 9:30 a.m.)

    138 Park Square

    Forest City, NC 28043

    Sampson

    March 15, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    Sampson County Courthouse (2nd Floor Courtroom)

    101 E Main Street

    Clinton, NC 28328

    Scotland

    March 28, 2022

    6:30 p.m.

    Scotland County Republican Party Headquarters

    684 S. 15/401 Bypass

    Laurinburg, NC 28352

    Stanly

    March 26, 2022

    2:00 p.m.

    Stanly County Commons

    1000 N 1st Street

    Albemarle, NC 28001

    Stokes

    March 5, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Stokes County Courthouse

    Highway 89 - 1012 Main Street

    Danbury, NC 27016

    Surry

    March 26, 2022

    10:00 a.m. (Registration begins at 8:00 a.m.)

    Surry County Government Center

    118 Hamby Rd

    Dobson, NC 27017

    Swain

    March 21, 2022

    6:30 p.m.

    Swain Regional Technology and Training Center

    45 E. Ridge Drive

    Bryson City, NC 28713

    Transylvania

    March 12, 2022

    4:00 p.m.

    Lola's Old Hickory House

    1196 N Country Club Road

    Brevard, NC 28712

    Tyrrell

    March 24, 2022 

    7:00 p.m.

    Tyrrell Hall

    906 US-64

    Columbia, NC 27925

    Union

    March 19, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Monroe High School Auditorium

    1 High School Drive

    Monroe, NC 28112

    Vance

    March 22, 2022

    7:00 p.m. (Registration begins at 6:00 p.m.)

    South Henderson Pentecostal Holiness Church Family Life Center

    905 Americal Rd

    Henderson, NC 27537

    Wake

    March 15, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    NC State Fairgrounds

    4285 Trinity Road

    Raleigh, NC 27607

    Warren 

    March 17, 2022

    5:30 p.m.

    Littleton Food and Spirits Restaurant

    235 N Mosby Avenue

    Littleton, NC 27850

    Washington

    March 17, 2022

    7:00 p.m. (Registration 6:00 p.m.)

    Casa Garcia Mexican Restaurant

    474 US-64

    Plymouth, NC 27962

    Watauga 

    March 19, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Watauga County Courthouse

    842 W King Street

    Boone, NC 28607

    Wayne

    March 12, 2022

    8:00 a.m.

    The Maxwell Center

    3114 Wayne Memorial Drive

    Goldsboro, NC 27534

    Wilkes

    March 19, 2022

    9:00 a.m.

    Wilkes County Courthouse

    500 Courthouse Drive #1000

    Wilkesboro, NC 28697

    Wilson

    March 1, 2022

    6:00 p.m.

    Wilson Elks Lodge

    2814 Fieldstream Drive N.

    Wilson, NC 27896

    Yadkin

    March 24, 2022

    7:00 p.m.

    Yadkin County Courthouse,

    101 S State St

    Yadkinville, NC 27055

    Yancey

    March 19, 2022

    10:00 a.m. (Registration begins at 10:00 a.m., precinct meetings at 9:30 a.m.)

    Yancey Senior Center

    503 Medical Campus Drive 

    Burnsville, NC 28714

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  • published Burke County GOP Reagan Day Dinner in Events 2022-02-01 15:06:46 -0500

    Burke County GOP Reagan Day Dinner

    All Republicans are invited to join the Burke County GOP for our annual Reagan Dinner. Key note speaker will be Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson.

    When
    October 08, 2022 at 6:00pm
    Where
    Freedom High School Gymnasium
    511 Independence Blvd
    Morganton, NC 28655
    United States
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  • published Poll Worker Applications in Election Integrity 2021-12-16 16:18:21 -0500

    Poll Worker Applications

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  • Governor Roy Cooper's handpicked NCSBE Director Caught In Another Big Lie as Modems Secretly Removed from NC Voting Equipment

    December 14, 2021

    For Immediate Release

    Election integrity is a top issue among North Carolina citizens concerned about vulnerabilities within our voting systems, and a handpicked political appointee of Governor Roy Cooper has just compounded that sense of distrust among the electorate. For months N.C. State Board of Elections Executive Director Karen Brinson Bell denied the existence of modems in North Carolina voting equipment and stonewalled requests from state legislators to inspect the voting equipment in question.

    Now we learn Director Brinson Bell lied. Again.

    After lying to a federal court and subsequently misleading the N.C. General Assembly, Director Brinson Bell continues to undermine election integrity as it is revealed modems were removed last month from in-use voting equipment in at least six NC counties. This revelation comes after months of Director Brinson Bell refusing to acknowledge the existence modems in voting equipment and refusing inspection requests made by members of the N.C. House of Representatives.

    The modems’ existence, and their secret removal, came only after lawmakers made a public records request following reports of the clandestine removal of dozens of modems contained in voting equipment in Watauga County.

    “We firmly believe that had the request for the documentation of the removal of modems not been made, Director Brinson Bell would have continued to deny their existence and would have hidden the fact that they were removing the modems from the voting equipment,” said N.C. House Freedom Caucus Chairman Representative Keith Kidwell (R-Beaufort).

    With voter confidence at historic lows, Director Brinson Bell’s latest lie represents a critical third strike and destroys any remaining credibility she may have had to oversee elections in this state. Voters are demanding and deserve election integrity, yet all they've been getting from the most partisan State Board of Elections ever is deception and dishonesty.

    How much more must the People of North Carolina endure before the Cooper administration is held accountable for collusion and lies such as these? North Carolina law provides that Director Brinson Bell can be “removed for cause”—what more cause could there be than lying to voters, legislators, and the public at large?


  • published Hall of Fame 2021 Winners in Events 2021-12-07 10:44:21 -0500

    Hall of Fame 2021 Winners

    District Award Winners

    District 1: James Proctor 

    James C. Proctor has been a Republican Party volunteer and office holder for over 40 years, beginning way back in 1978, and attending all but four state conventions since 1983. As a young man, James was a National Committeeman for the North Carolina Federation of Young Republicans. He then served as assistant general counsel to the Party, and spent the better part of the last 20 years as a county chairman, reliably promoting the values of the Republican Party. Over these decades James has made calls, put out signs, knocked on doors, and worked the booth at fall festivals countless times. The NCGOP is proud to induct James Proctor, of District 1, into the 2021 Hall of Fame!

    District 2: Richard "Dick" Hilliard

    Richard ‘Dick’ Hilliard recipient has served the Wake County GOP for decades. Over that time Dick has provided exceptional meritorious service to Wake County and the Republican Party while serving in multiple key critical leadership positions. Starting off as a Block Captain in the 70s, he went on to serve as a Precinct Chair for 30 years, served Wake County GOP as a Region Chair, and also servied as Vice President of the Raleigh Republican Club. In his current role, as Wake GOP Finance Chair, with the odds stacked against him, Dick has raised more than $150,000 in Wake County since March of this year. Congratulations, Dick!

    District 3: Senator Norman W. Sanderson

    Senator Norman Sanderson got his start in Republican politics in 2007, serving as the Chairman of the Pamlico County Republican Party. Since then, he’s served in progressively more impactful roles, serving constituents of his community for one term as a member of the N.C. House and being elected - and re-elected many times -  to the N.C. Senate where he currently serves with distinction. Senator Sanderson works tirelessly, day-in and day-out, not as a politician but as a true public servant for the people of North Carolina, giving himself fully to the conservative cause. From serving the Party as a County Chairman to the State Legislature, he has represented the Republican Party with honor and dignity.

    Known in the legislature for his integrity, commitment to his constituents, and his devotion to our future liberty, Senator Norman Sanderson understands the great deal of responsibility that is inherited with public service. Congratulations, Senator Sanderson!

     

    District 4: Evelyn Poole-Kober

    Evelyn Poole-Kober is a shining example of a dedicated Republican volunteer. Gaining initial experience on Capitol Hill in the 70s, she has spent the last 40+ years committing herself to grassroots organization, spending countless hours on campaigns, walking precincts, working the phones and running county headquarters. It was the latter role in which Evelyn stepped up to deal with a vile act of vandalism -  the firebombing of a county GOP headquarters in 2016 that drew national attention. As she has done throughout her years of service, she stood tall on Republican principles in the face of such intimidation, handling media inquiries in the aftermath of that attack. From Republican Women Clubs, to the NCGOP executive committee, Evelyn Poole-Kober has been a model volunteer deserving of recognition for many years. 

    Plus, she also bakes the best cakes for District 4's Lincoln-Reagan Day dinner auction! Congratulations Evelyn!

    District 5: Jack Simms

    Jack Simms is the epitome of servant leadership. From Town Council to County Chair to District Chair, he’s been an advocate for the principles of the Republican Party without personal ambition. In a testament to his character, Jack doesn’t look at any task as beneath him. In 2020, he traveled thousands of miles to help the counties of the Fifth District to have the resources they needed to achieve victory for Republicans. His colleagues and peers describe him, simply, as the Best of the Best. Congratulations, Jack!

    District 6: Celeste Stanley

    Celeste Stanley has been actively involved in Republican politics for over 45 years! She has held just about every non-elected office in the Party and the Republican Women's Club. After spending more than two decades volunteering for the Republican cause in South Carolina, Celeste made the good move to North Carolina in 1998 and wasted no time at all in working to elect Republicans in this state, working in local, state, and federal campaigns in North Carolina. She has recruited volunteers, made phone calls, knocked on doors and worked the polls.  As well as working tirelessly on chairing events and raising vitally important funds at all levels. A former recipient of the Robert Rector Award, Celeste Stanley has been unstinting in giving her time and treasure for the betterment of the Republican Party and Republican Women, and we are proud to recognize her decades of dedication. Congratulations, Celeste!

    District 7: Allie Ray McCullen

    When Sampson County locals think of a Republican, Allie Ray McCullen is always the first to come to mind. He began registering Republican voters as a young man, walking door to door before he was even eligible to vote. His father instilled the values of our Party in him early in life, and he has carried on in building a legacy of promoting Republican values ever since. A highly respected local businessman, active in real estate and farming, Mr. McCullen embodies the kind of work ethic we all admire. He started farming when he was just 13, and still lives on the family farm 45 years later. He’s built a successful local business. Yet as demanding as that is, over the years he has offered himself in public service in everything from community banking, to local healthcare, to education. Allie Ray McCullen’s knowledge and leadership have been instrumental in electing local Republican officials for decades. Congratulations, Allie Ray!

    District 8: Representative John Szoka 

    N.C. House Reprentative John Szoka is a Retired Lieutenant Colonel of the U.S. Army - Always Forward! He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point with a degree in Engineering, but he didn’t stop there. He went on to earn a graduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin in Operations Research leading to a career as a critical thinker. In 2012, he took that mindset to the North Carolina General Assembly to shape and promote common sense tax and economic policies. Rep. Szoka hit the ground running with that forward momentum instilled in him by the U.S. Army, sponsoring and passing tax cuts for families and businesses in his very first term! Ever since, John has offered himself in service to this district and this state, advancing Republican policies that leave more money in citizens’ pockets and lending his scientific mind to ensure North Carolina enjoys affordable, reliable energy. Congratulations, Representative John Szoka!

    District 9: Dr. Phillip Stephens 

    Dr. Phillip Stephens is a former winner of the NCGOP’s Robert Rector award, currently serves as a member of the NC Election Integrity Committee and is current vice chair of Robeson County GOP. Dr. Stephens is also a 7-time former Chairman of the Robeson County GOP and during this tenure he helped reverse a powerful Democrat hold, as no Republican had ever won elections there. Under his leadership, Democrat voter registration shifted from over 90% to 52%, trending Republican at twice the state rate. In 2010, the district elected their first Republican North Carolina House member and county commissioner, followed by the election of the first Republican State Senator from the area. All in a county the NCGOP felt it would never win. That is quite the feat, and Dr. Phillip Stephens commitment to service and Republican values, no matter the challenge, continues today. Congratulations, Dr. Stephens!

    District 10: Rhonda Waugh 

    Rhonda Waugh has worked tirelessly furthering the goals and ideals of the Republican party through hard work and grassroots organization. She’s been active for more than 20 years, serving in nearly all capacities over that time. From serving as vice chair of the Iredell County Republican Women, to serving the GOP County Board as Chair, Vice Chair, Head of Finance, and currently serving on the 10th District Board. Rhonda Waugh is the glue that holds it all together for the 10th District. Congratulations, Rhonda!

    District 11: Ted and Pat Carr 

    Ted and Pat Carr came to Haywood County over 20 years ago and became entrenched in the community soon thereafter. From serving as First Responders at the fire department, officers leading community organizations, to school bus drivers, church supporters, and of course, active participants in the Republican Party - these two have been getting things done where it counts most for over two decades! They are superstar volunteers, always offering themselves as poll workers, electioneers, and recruiters. Their dedication and hard work was a huge part of flipping the county commission to Republicans for the first time since Reconstruction, and - we all know how important this is - ushering in Republican majorities to the Haywood County School Board! The Carrs believe in clearly articulating the conservative message to win over new voters, and serve as models for Republican volunteerism. Congratulations, Ted and Pat!

    District 12: Melisa Taylor

    Melisa Taylor has served in numerous roles for the Mecklenburg County GOP, from poll observer to finance chair. Throughout, she has demonstrated her commitment to our party at the local, statewide, and national levels. If ever there was weakness, Melisa added strength -  from grassroots involvement, voter integrity, financial compliance, and election accountability. Ever since living through the 2000 election in Florida, she has had a passion for the importance of election integrity, and after moving to North Carolina in 2004 she bagan volunteering for Republican candidates at the local, state and federal level. As a Republican Chief Judge at Early Voting Locations she worked to ensure only properly registered voters were allowed to vote and her unwavering dedication to accountability is admirable. Congratulations, Melisa!

    District 13: Representative Dennis Riddell 

    Representative Dennis Riddell currently serves in the North Carolina General Assembly, but his grassroots activism and commitment to upholding the principles enshrined in the U.S. Constitution started more than 50 years ago, volunteering for Ronald Reagan’s 1966 gubernatorial campaign. Ever since then, Rep. Riddell committed himself to advocating for the cause of liberty, tirelessly working for numerous candidates at local, state, and federal levels. As a former high school history teacher he has extensive knowledge of our nation’s founding, the Constitution, and that which undergirds the American idea. So genuine is his passion for limited government by the people and for the people, that many of his former students have been inspired themselves to become informed, engaged citizens and--in many cases--public servants and/or grassroots activists. 

    After decades of helping elect Republicans up and down the ballot, Dennis himself was elected to the NC House in 2013. There he serves North Carolina with distinction as Chairman of the General Government Appropriations and Regulatory Reform Committees, Vice Chairman of Appropriations, and various committee memberships. Rep. Dennis Riddell is known as a thoughtful warrior who does not hesitate to advocate for the conservative values we hold dear. Congratulations Rep. Riddell!

    Statewide Award Winners

    J. E. Broyhill Award: Clarence Henderson 

    As a member of the “Greensboro Four” Woolworth Sit In movement, Clarence Henderson is truly an example of Living History. He cleared the way for what would become the fall of Democrat Jim Crow laws in the South and over 50 years later was recognized by President Trump for his courage and leadership during a monumental moment in America’s recognition of Civil Rights. Clarence Henderson literally took his life in his hands to stand up for equal treatment for all American Citizens, and continues that fight today. Clarence Henderson embodies the determination and values WE as Americans and Republicans champion!

    Charles R. Jonas Award: Senator Thom Tillis 

     

    Senator Thom Tillis is a husband, father, and grandfather. He has served as PTA President, Town Commissioner, N.C. House Member, Speaker of the N.C. House, and U.S. Senator and spearheaded historic tax and regulatory reform that made North Carolina a model for other states. Senator Tillis also led the fight for voter ID, always keeps our veterans front of mind, and continues to fight to protect the unborn and our 2nd amendment rights. And let’s not forget, as a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee he was instrumental in confirming three Supreme Court Justices during the Trump administration!

    He is a quintessential leader that gets things done, taking care to not make the perfect the enemy of the good, and getting results for the people of North Carolina.

    John P. East Memorial Award: Representative Ruth Samuelson

     

    Ruth Samuelson represented her south Charlotte House district for four terms after her 2006 election. She rose steadily through the ranks, her conservative voice resonating even as legislators from both parties praised her gift for negotiating. She became Republican Conference leader and chair of the Banking and Environment committees. She was a primary crafter of the Voter ID bill. She was adamantly pro-life and made no apologies for it.

    She was a strong contender to become the first female Speaker of the House when she decided in 2013 not to seek re-election. Just as she felt called to politics, Ruth felt called to come home, to be closer to their four grown children and their families, and to her aging parents. Months later she received the diagnosis of stage 4 ovarian cancer. She was only 57 when she passed away. May God Bless her soul. Ruth Samuelson was the epitome of a principled Republican Woman. Her contributions to the State of North Carolina went beyond the Republican Party and the General Assembly. She acted on her beliefs and, till this day, remains a role model to Republicans who want to make our communities, state and country a better place.

     

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  • published Election Integrity 2021-11-04 13:32:35 -0400

    Election Integrity Committee

     

     

    Voters across North Carolina report election integrity as a top issue of concern. It’s
    understandable. In 2020, Democrats used COVID-19 to weaken ballot security by
    enacting sweeping, last-minute alterations to the election process across the country as
    well as here in North Carolina.

    In August, the Republican National Committee (RNC) produced an exhaustive, 24-page
    Election Integrity report created in consultation with 30 experts and complete with extensive
    research. It’s the latest example of how the GOP is taking unprecedented steps to
    promote election integrity and restore voter confidence while ensuring voting remains
    accessible and easy to all eligible voters. Download the full report here.

    North Carolinians deserve to have trust in elections, the utmost confidence their
    ballot is protected, and their vote counts. That’s why the N.C. Republican Party has
    established a statewide Election Integrity Committee.

    In advance of the 2020 election, the NCGOP spent two years recruiting and training over 500 attorneys and over 5000 poll observers across North Carolina. These volunteers observed absentee-by-mail approval meetings, early voting polls, election day polls, county canvasses, recount meetings, and protest hearings.

    Volunteers also reviewed tens of thousands of documents obtained through public records requests for purposes of litigation and election protests. This was critical to putting the NCGOP in a strong position to fight for Chief Justice Newby in the process of recounts and over 100 election protests across the state. 

    North Carolina has been nationally recognized for our “protect the vote effort.” In fact,
    RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel is using North Carolina as a model for other states.
    Yet, our work is not finished. The statewide Election Integrity Committee and
    subcommittees will not rest until North Carolina voter confidence is restored.
    Volunteers are critical to the mission of this committee. Attorneys, election integrity
    monitors, poll workers - all play a critical role in making sure our 2022 elections are
    safe, secure, and trusted. Want to help?

     

    Click here to connect with your local Board of Elections to learn more about volunteer options. 


    Your contribution will be vital to restoring voter confidence and protecting the ballot in 2022!

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  • published Matt Schlapp in Hall of Fame 2021 2021-10-08 10:02:32 -0400

    Matt Schlapp

    Matt Schlapp is the Chairman of the Conservative Political Action Coalition (CPAC), the nation’s original grassroots conservative organization. During his 7-year tenure as chairman, CPAC has expanded its reach exponentially and launched critical initiatives in criminal justice reform, election integrity, and ratings for all 8,000 federal and state legislators in America. CPAC also hosts dozens of additional events, including battleground state CPACs and international CPACs in Japan, Australia, South Korea, and Brazil, with dozens of other countries joining the CPAC movement. CPAC’s national conference, the largest of its kind, has generated billions of Twitter impressions and is livestreamed on various platforms to millions of viewers around the world.

    Schlapp and his wife Mercedes appear regularly on major news outlets as veterans of national politics with leadership roles in the Bush and Trump administrations. They are quoted regularly in major media sites and write for various publications, including The Washington Times and The Hill. They host CPAC NOW, a digital political show which was born out of the sudden rise of lockdown and cancel culture in 2020. Guests on CPAC NOW have included Mike Pompeo, Robert Lighthizer, Mark Meadows, Ted Cruz, Ben Carson, Mike Lee, Jim Jordan, Harmeet Dhillon, Katie Pavlich, Nigel Farage, Salena Zito, Eduardo Bolsonaro, and everyday Americans coping with the negative repercussions of harmful government overreach.

    Schlapp served as White House Political Director and was a Regional Political Director for the 2000 presidential campaign. Before that, Schlapp served as Chief of Staff for five years to Congressman Todd Tiahrt (R-KS).

    Schlapp founded and currently manages Cove Strategies, a consulting firm which advises corporate, nonprofit, and political clients on elections, policy, and communications. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, where he started a conservative student magazine, and he also earned an M.P.A. at Wichita State University.

    Schlapp is a member of the Order of Malta and the Library of Congress Trust Fund Board. Matt and his wife Mercedes have five daughters and are parishioners of The Basilica of St. Mary’s in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia.

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  • published Mercedes Schlapp in Hall of Fame 2021 2021-10-08 10:01:41 -0400

    Mercedes Schlapp

    Mercedes Viana Schlapp is a prominent Latina national leader and a political media commentator. She is currently a Senior Fellow at the American Conservative Union Foundation and regularly hosts the online show America UnCanceled on CPAC NOW. She worked in The White House for two different presidential administrations in senior level positions. In 2017, Mercedes was Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor for Strategic Communications where she advised on messaging and served as one of the top communicators. She also developed and executed communication policy rollouts in coordination with the White House offices and the Cabinet. During President George W. Bush’s term, she worked as the Director of Specialty Media in The White House where she was a spokesperson and created communication strategies that reached out to Americans of all backgrounds.

    Mercedes has extensive experience and insight into presidential campaigns. In 2020, she was Senior Advisor for Strategic Communications for the Trump Pence campaign, and was the architect for building a successful Hispanic communications and political outreach campaign in both English and Spanish, which produced historic Hispanic support for the President. Mercedes created and produced the Team Trump online programs that reached over 3 million viewers nightly, while hosting The Right View, a weekly on-line talk show that focused on policies impacting American women. She traveled across America on the campaign trail where she listened to the stories of everyday Americans, participated in local media interviews, and worked with the grassroots to expand the voter base. Her experiences on the campaign trail date back to 2000 when she worked in communications for the Bush Cheney campaign and the Republican National Committee.

    Before joining The White House in 2017, Mercedes was a contributor on Fox News. She frequently appears on Fox News, Fox Business, Univision, Telemundo, CNN en Español, and other networks. She is interviewed on local and national Spanish and English radio. Mercedes has published op-eds in FOXNews.com and The Hill and was a columnist for The Washington Times and U.S. News & World Report. Along with her husband Matt, they hosted a weekly radio show on Sirius XM for several years.

    As a first generation Cuban American, Mercedes' father fought against the Castro dictatorship and was a political prisoner for six years. She was inspired by her father’s story and has dedicated her life to promoting civil discourse, fighting against socialism, and defending freedoms in the United States and across the globe.

    A Miami native, Mercedes earned a bachelor’s degree from Florida International University and a master’s degree in public administration from George Washington University. Mercedes, her husband Matt, and their five daughters currently reside in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

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  • published Go Red Training Series in Events 2021-09-28 10:33:49 -0400

    Get Engaged, Make a Difference!

     

    This page has listed helpful training videos and guides to assist in the education of our Conservative volunteers! These materials will assist in providing the tools necessary for a successful grassroots engagement. Please reach out to [email protected] for specific questions not addressed here.

     

    Door Canvassing 

    Door knocking is the most effective method of getting out the vote! Campaign Sidekick is designed to make every aspect of voter-contact management easier. In the video below, you will learn how to get started with Campaign Sidekick and how to best utilize the app when you begin knocking on doors. 

     

     

    Phone Banking

    Phone banking is how you can get out the vote from your own home! Campaign Sidekick is designed to make every aspect of voter-contact management easier. In the video below, you will learn how to get started with Campaign Sidekick and how to best utilize the app when you begin calling voters.

     

     

    Voter Registration

    Voter Registration is absolutely crucial to our ability to elect republicans and building our base of support. In the training material below, you will learn best practices in how to effectively run a voter registration drive.

    Click here to volunteer with the North Carolina Victory team!

     

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  • published News 2021-09-27 12:01:28 -0400

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  • published Hall of Fame Past Winners 2021-09-24 17:11:31 -0400

    Hall of Fame Past Winners

    J.E. Broyhill Award Winners: 

     

    Frank A. Rouse 

    David T. Flaherty, Sr. 

    George Little

    Mary Alice Warren

    Craig Olive

    R. Jack Hawke

    K. D. Kennedy, Jr. 

    John W. Pope 

    Tom Ellis 

    Robert E. Rector 

    Bob Pruett 

    Tom Fetzer

    Zan Bunn 

    Joyce Cotton

    Karen Langham 

    Ed Broyhill 

     

    Charles R. Jonas Award Winners:

    John Wilkinson 

    Patricia Holshouser 

    Jesse Helms 

    James G. Martin 

    James T. Broyhill 

    Howard Coble 

    Walter B. Jones, Jr. 

    Harold J. Brubaker 

    Cass Ballenger 

    James C. Gardner 

    I. Beverly Lake, Jr. 

    Sue Myrick 

    Hon. James Holshouser 

    Linda Shaw 

    Rep. George G. Cleveland 

    Rep. Charles H. Taylor

    David Lewis 

    Sheriff Terry Johnson

     

    Senator John P. East Memorial Award Recipients: 

    Claude Pope, Sr. 

    Sim A. DeLapp, Sr. 

    Robert Oakes 

    David Proctor 

    Dr. James Owen 

    Ed Shufelt 

    Rudolph Jones 

    Brad Hayes 

    Michael Kent Holt 

    John Hawkins, Sr. 

    Debbie Beatty 

    Senator Jesse Helms 

    Vince Colan

    Jack Laughery 

    Jean Preston 

    Congressman Howard Coble

     

    Hall of Fame Members

     

     

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