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It's been a busy week here as we gear up for our annual Precinct Meeting and County Convention. Before we even get tho those, however, there's the State of the Union coming up, we have several club and regional meetings, there's a Day of Action next weekend, and a #StoptheMadness rally TOMORROW with NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley. And we really, really need you to volunteer to be a greeter for the primary! Read on for more!

In case you haven't signed up yet, here is the information on our Precinct Meeting and Convention:

PRECINCT MEETING
Tuesday, Feb. 18th
McKimmon Center at NC State. 1101 Gorman St. Raleigh, NC 
Doors Open at 5:30.Come early and meet your 2020 candidates.
Meeting Begins at 6:30.
New for this year, we are offering food options! If you'd like to order food (either a sandwich box or a grilled chicken salad), please indicate so on your registration. Food is optional, but if you'd like either of these options it will cost $11.50.
https://wake.nc.gop/precinct_meeting_feb_2020

 

COUNTY CONVENTION
Monday, March 9th
McKimmon Center at NC State. 1101 Gorman St. Raleigh, NC 
Registration: 5:30 to 7pm.
VIP Suite: 5:30 to 6:30
Meeting begins at 7pm.
Tickets are $35 from now until March 7th. Then at the door on the day of the event.
You must be a registered Republican in Wake County by January 31st to be a delegate.
Like the precinct meeting, we are offering food options for this event. Food is optional, but if you wish to order, please indicate so on your registration.
https://wake.nc.gop/county_convention_march_2020

Due to the food options, you must register for both events separately. 

 

DO YOU KNOW OF A CONSERVATIVE-OWNED BUSINESS?

We are putting together a program for the Precinct Meeting and County Convention, and are looking for local business owners who are conservative.

We expect 1000 or more people to be in attendance at our meetings...and these 1000 people would rather spend their hard earned conservative money at CONSERVATIVE-OWNED businesses.

How can you help?

Talk to these business owners (anyone that you do business with...a painter, roofer, plumber, hair dresser, etc) and ask them if they would like to place an ad in our program for a minimal price.

Please let us know by sending an email to: chairman@wakegop.org . We will take it from there.

 

Can you greet Republican voters during Early Voting and on Primary Day? This is a good way to meet Republicans in your neighborhood and recruit new volunteers. All we need is a few hours of your time. 

For a list of Early Voting locations and available hours, click here: https://wake.nc.gop/greet_at_early_voting_sites

For a list of Primary Day Voting locations and available hours, click here: https://wake.nc.gop/greet_primary_election_day_2020

 

OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS

Saturday, Jan 25. 3:00pm NCGOP HQ (1506 Hillsborough St, Raleigh). #StoptheMadness gathering (Presidential support/anti-impeachment). State Chair Michael Whatley will address the crowd regarding the impeachment proceedings and there will be a Voter Registration training. Press is expected to be there, so please come out and support our President. Also, please invite your friends and groups!

Mon., Jan 27. Western Wake Club Meeting. 6pm for food; 7pm social. 1301 Kildaire Farm Rd, Cary

Wed. Jan. 29. GARNER REGION MEETING. Region Chair Charles Dingee is attempting to organize volunteers for 2020. He's having a meeting at Captain Stanley's Seafood Restaurant at 3333 S Wilmington St, Raleigh at 6pm. https://www.facebook.com/events/635872677230623/ 

Wed. Jan 29, 2020. CARY REGION MEETING. IHoP. 1301 Kildaire Farm Rd, Cary, NC. Volunteers in Cary & Morrisville are encouraged to email Emanuela Prister at emanuela_prister@pristerlaw.com

Thursday January 30. Wake County Taxpayers Association. 6pm – 8pm. Golden Corral, 6129 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC.

Saturday Feb. 1. 9:30am NCGOP HQ (1506 Hillsborough St, Raleigh). Day of Action. Details are still evolving, but this will be a full day (come for any or all of it) of registering new voters, phonebanking, and door knocking. The is sponsored by the RNC. 

Monday, Feb. 3. Candidate Town Hall in Cary. Cary Senior Center 120 Maury O’Dell Drive Cary NC 27513. 5:30pm to 8:30pm. Email emanuela_prister@pristerlaw.com to learn more.

Tuesday, Feb. 4. State of the Union Social Event: NCGOP HQ (1506 Hillsborough St, Raleigh). Doors open at 7pm. We will gather to socialize, mingle, get to know each other and basically just have a good ole time while we watch our President inform the nation about how GREAT this country is doing! Light refreshments provided, feel free to bring finger food if you would like to share.

 

Finally, we hope you'll take the $20 for 2020 Challenge. Can you donate $20 a month through November 2020? There are 182,000 Republicans in Wake County. Can you imagine the impact it would make if only 300 of them took the $20 for 2020 Challenge? Please visit our webpage to make one-time donation of any amount, or to make a recurring donation of $20 or more. Our 2020 candidates need your help!

 

Sincerely,


Darren Eustance
Chairman
Wake County Republican Party
(919) 890-5374

 

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