NC House ready for common ground with Cooper, but will continue Republican policy reforms

NC House ready for common ground with Cooper, but will continue Republican policy reforms

Jan. 9, 2017 by

“RALEIGH — With the start of the 2017 legislative session mere days away, North State Journal sat down with N.C. House majority leader Rep. John Bell (R-Wayne County) to discuss the Republican caucus policy plans and their expectations for working with the new Democratic governor. Reacting to Gov. Roy Cooper’s recent announcement that he intends to work around the legislature to expand Medicaid, Bell indicated he thinks

NC House ready for common ground with Cooper, but will continue Republican policy reforms

NC House ready for common ground with Cooper, but will continue Republican policy reforms

Jan. 9, 2017 by

“RALEIGH — With the start of the 2017 legislative session mere days away, North State Journal sat down with N.C. House majority leader Rep. John Bell (R-Wayne County) to discuss the Republican caucus policy plans and their expectations for working

Republican Voter Guides

Republican Voter Guides

Oct. 20, 2016 by

Here are your 2016 Republican Voter Guides for Lincoln County PDF Format: 2016g_sample_g001-page1 2016g_sample_g001-page2 Textable Graphics:

NC GOP Arson – Orange County

NC GOP Arson – Orange County

Oct. 16, 2016 by

A North Carolina Republican Party office in Orange County was firebombed overnight, causing major damage and destruction. Thankfully, there was no loss of life. The explosive device was thrown through the window of the office, and the words, “Nazi Republicans,

The Charlotte Observer: “Why N.C. business leaders support McCrory, legislature”

The Charlotte Observer: “Why N.C. business leaders support McCrory, legislature”

Oct. 7, 2016 by

“BY FRANK DOWD IV, RON JOYCE AND GARLAND TUCKER If you listen to the press, you would believe every North Carolina business executive is up in arms against Governor McCrory and the Republican legislature over the HB2 issue. That’s just not true. Most of us give very little thought to how people use bathrooms and showers. We spend our time thinking about our customers, our employees and

The Charlotte Observer: “Why N.C. business leaders support McCrory, legislature”

The Charlotte Observer: “Why N.C. business leaders support McCrory, legislature”

Oct. 7, 2016 by

“BY FRANK DOWD IV, RON JOYCE AND GARLAND TUCKER If you listen to the press, you would believe every North Carolina business executive is up in arms against Governor McCrory and the Republican legislature over the HB2 issue. That’s just

The Charlotte Observer: “Why N.C. business leaders support McCrory, legislature”

The Charlotte Observer: “Why N.C. business leaders support McCrory, legislature”

Oct. 7, 2016 by

“BY FRANK DOWD IV, RON JOYCE AND GARLAND TUCKER If you listen to the press, you would believe every North Carolina business executive is up in arms against Governor McCrory and the Republican legislature over the HB2 issue. That’s just

STATEMENT: NCGOP Response to Hillary Clinton in Charlotte

STATEMENT: NCGOP Response to Hillary Clinton in Charlotte

Oct. 2, 2016 by

RALEIGH, NC – The North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) released the following statement on Hillary Clinton’s Charlotte visit: “Just hours after Hillary Clinton’s campaign attacked the bipartisan compromises passed by local and state election board members on North Carolina’s already

STATEMENT: NCGOP Response to Hillary Clinton in Charlotte

STATEMENT: NCGOP Response to Hillary Clinton in Charlotte

Oct. 2, 2016 by

RALEIGH, NC – The North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) released the following statement on Hillary Clinton’s Charlotte visit:   “Just hours after Hillary Clinton’s campaign attacked the bipartisan compromises passed by local and state election board members on North Carolina’s

STATEMENT: NCGOP Response to Hillary Clinton Suing the People of North Carolina

STATEMENT: NCGOP Response to Hillary Clinton Suing the People of North Carolina

Oct. 1, 2016 by

RALEIGH, NC – “Today Hillary Clinton’s failing campaign stuck a finger in the eye of the people of North Carolina by seeking to overturn bipartisan compromises passed by local and state election board members in regards to North Carolina’s already