Positions

The NCGOP State Plan of Organization (POO) establishes a system of governance that extends from the precinct level to the NCGOP state leadership level. At the heart of this governance structure is the Executive Committee (ExCom), which gives voice to elected officials, district leadership teams, and at-large members from across...

The Republican Party is the party of the working man and woman. Too often, though, our party leadership ignores that hallmark, a major source of strength in the NCGOP. Clearly, the majority of working North Carolinians voted to give Republicans control of the council of state, the election of 10 congressmen...

The North Carolina Republican Party has 2,046,747 members registered to vote, a deficit of 592,490 to the democrats. We need to eliminate this gap over the next four years. Given our citizens’ reverence for liberty, Judeo-Christian tenets, and traditional American values, North Carolina should be a “red state” for all...

During my 4 years at West Point, and throughout my 20-year Army career, one of the enduring principles ingrained in me is that “no one gets left behind.” The concept of valuing every person’s worth to the combat team and assuring each person that they were coming home at the...

The Chairman of the NCGOP is accountable to rank and file Republicans for several things: Resourcing and leading the party to victory in elections, local through federal; Messaging and branding the NCGOP so we grow the party’s numbers across the state; Directing the fundraising efforts of the party to sustain...

“The servant-leader is servant first… It begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first. Then conscious choice brings one to aspire to lead.” Robert K. Greenleaf – “The Servant as Leader” History teaches us the North Carolina Republican Party is most effective when its leadership consists of...

During the 2016 General Election, there were several pivotal statewide elections that merited special support and vigilance on the part of the NCGOP leadership. Three pivotal races we lost were the governor, attorney general, and supreme court associate justice races. This article pertains to the supreme court race. Any time an...

Make no mistake, we are at war. Emboldened by their victory in last year’s NC Supreme Court and legislative races, the democrat party is once again making plans to reestablish its political dominion over North Carolina in the fall of 2020. Liberal and progressive operatives are already at work undermining the...