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Red, White & Blue and Politics Too BBQ

September 6th, 2017

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Pizzia & Politics

August 29th, 2017

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Big News! County Commissioner Jimmy Keefe is now a REPUBLICAN

August 24th, 2017

Jimmy Keefe, Cumberland County Board of Commissioner

County Commissioner Jimmy Keefe changes his party registration to Republican!

Read all about it in the current issue of Up and Coming Weeklyat Opinion Page!

Mr. Keefe represents Cumberland County’s District 2, and his current term expires in December 2020.

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Help A Republican Get Elected!

August 24th, 2017

Municipal Election 2017

According to our County Board of Elections office, EARLY VOTING for the Municipal Primary starts on Thursday, September 21, at 8am.  It ends on Saturday, October 7, at noon.

Volunteer to help a Republican candidate for office!

If you’d like to volunteer on behalf of Fayetteville Mayor Nat Robertson, the Campaign HQ is located in Boone Trail Center, at 3037-B Boone Trail Extension in Fayetteville!  Check out the campaign website at Re-elect Nat!!

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Juanita Gonzalez, Diane Wheatley Receive NC Order of the Long Leaf Pine

July 24th, 2017

Long-time community activists and public servants Diane Wheatley and Juanita Gonzalez recently were recipients of the prestigious North Carolina Order of the Long Leaf Pine.

Diane Wheatley, left, and Juanita Gonzalez receive Order of the Long Leaf Pine for their years of public service and citizen advocacy

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CCGOP Achieved $5000 Fundraising Goal

June 16th, 2017

Good $$ News!

Last week the Cumberland County GOP achieved its $5000 fundraising goal.  A generous Republican donor then promptly wrote a matching check for an additional $5000.These funds will help tremendously with our annual operating expenses.  Many THANKS to those of you who generously supported this effort!

Special thanks to Eric Nobles, our CCGOP Finance Chair, for his hard work.  Special thanks also to Senator Wesley Meredith for his insights and assistance!

But let’s not stop there. We can do better. Below is a donate button where you can participate in your giving to ensure the CCGOP remains fiscally sound.




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Up Coming CCGOP Board and Executive Committee Meetings

May 23rd, 2017

Following are CCGOP meetings scheduled for the remainder of the year. All meetings will take place at 3611 Ramsey Street in Fayetteville. Meeting times will be announced later. Be sure to read your CCGOP Weekly Announcements.

  • June 19: Board meeting & Executive Committee meeting. Time TBA
  • July: No meeting scheduled
  • August 7: Board meeting. Time TBA
  • September 11: Board meeting & Executive Committee Meeting. Time TBA
  • October: No meeting scheduled
  • November 6: Board meeting. Time TBA
  • December 4: Board meeting & Executive Committee Meeting. Time TBA
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Five Cumberland County Republicans Elected GOP Officers in the 8th Congressional District

May 8th, 2017

Congratulations to these five Cumberland County Republicans elected as GOP Officers in the 8th Congressional District:

  • Linda Devore, Treasurer
  • Abraham Myles, At-Large Representative
  • John Czajkowski, At-Large Representative
  • Mikele Haywood, At-Large Representative
  • Jackie Weyhenmeyer, At-Large Representative
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Three Cumberland County Republicans Elected Officers in the 9th Congressional District

May 8th, 2017

KUDOS to the following three Cumberland County Republicans elected as GOP Officers in the 9th Congressional District:

  • Susan Mills, Vice Chair
  • Bruce Sykes, At-Large Representative
  • Mike Mills, At-Large Representative
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RESOLUTION FOR LEGISLATION TO HELP RESTORE PUBLIC TRUST IN NORTH CAROLINA’S ELECTORAL PROCESS

April 9th, 2017

Cumberland County 2017 GOP Convention Resolution

RESOLUTION FOR LEGISLATION TO HELP RESTORE PUBLIC TRUST IN NORTH CAROLINA’S ELECTORAL PROCESS

WHEREAS, on February 15, 2017, Jay DeLancy, Director, Voter Integrity Project (VIP) North Carolina, with a group of VIP volunteers canvassed the entire North Carolina General Assembly, 50 Senators and 120 Representatives, distributing and discussing the Voter Integrity Project 2017 Legislative Advisory shown on the reverse; and,

WHEREAS, many members of the North Carolina General Assembly indicated their support of some or all of the proposed legislation; and,

WHEREAS, the Voter Integrity Project North Carolina is a non-partisan grassroots research organization that was organized in 2011 and is dedicated to ensuring free and fair elections for all lawfully registered voters; and,

WHEREAS, in 2013, former North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory, signed one of the nation’s most comprehensive voter identification laws that included a requirement for voters to present government-issued photo identification to vote, reduced the early voting period to 10 days, eliminated same day voter registration, and eliminated pre-registration for 16 and 17-year old’s who will be 18 on election day; and,

WHEREAS, Governor McCrory issued a statement at the signing “While some will try to make this seem to be controversial, the simple reality is that requiring voters to provide a photo ID when they vote is a common-sense idea. This new law brings our state in line with a healthy majority of other states throughout the country. This common-sense safeguard is commonplace.” and,

WHEREAS, on July 29, 2016, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, struck down North Carolina’s voting law eliminated the requirement to show a government-issued photo identification, and reinstated same day registration, and other provisions of the law that were designed to reduce voter fraud; and,

WHEREAS, with major protections against voter fraud having been tossed out by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, the challenges of conducting fair and honest elections were realized during the North Carolina November 2016 general election with many election protests filed for alleged voter fraud that included dead persons voting, felons on active sentences voting, dual-state voters, same-day registration verification issues, and many irregularities reported at poll sites; and,

WHEREAS, reduction of election fraud and restoration of the public trust in North Carolina’s electoral process requires passage of new legislation to reverse the damage caused by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals; now there be it

RESOLVED, That the Cumberland County Republican Party supports passage of ten stand-alone bills to help restore public trust in North Carolina’s electoral process; and,

RESOLVED, That the Cumberland County Republican Party will send the resolution to District and State Republican Party Resolution Committees recommending consideration and adoption.

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