Accepting large sums of money from the federal government often carries negative consequences. In 2009, North Carolina began borrowing federal money in order to extend unemployment insurance benefits. The amount owed by the Tar Heel State piled higher and higher – until North Carolina Governor Pat M…
We are honored to have Hal Weatherman as our guest speaker for August. Mr. Weatherman is the Chief of Staff for Lt. Governor Dan Forest.
We will meet at Yarborough's Restaurant
321 Marco Blvd, Lexington, NC 27295
Meal will be at 6:00 and meeting will start at 7:00.
A.J. Daoud proud that North Carolina will retain all 72 delegates to the Republican National Convention
For Immediate Release
Pilot Mountain, NC – July 31, 2015: After traveling thousands of miles and giving over 50 speeches urging Republicans to call on their legislators to take the steps necessary to ensure North Carolina retains their 72 delegates to the Republican National Convention, A.J. Daoud is happy to share that the legislature has listened. Rep David Lewis recently announced that the chambers have come to an agreement that would protect the delegate count. Thanks to the work of Senator Rucho and Senator Brock in addition to Representative David Lewis for helping facilitate this agreement.
“This is a victory for everybody in the North Carolina Republican Party. Grassroots activists spent countless hours making phone calls, knocking doors, hosting events and working behind the scenes to ensure that Republicans gained seats from the U.S. Senate to the Town Council’s across the Old North State. I’m proud of the work we did and I am happy that we are able to remain a top target state in 2016.” Daoud Remarked. “As a benefit, the State of North Carolina will see substantial resources spent in our economy and our State can boast of a significant number of delegates, alternates and guests representing North Carolina on the national stage in Cleveland, OH next summer.”
North Carolina will have the 6th most delegates of any state going into the Republican National Convention in 2016. The recent changes allow North Carolina to retain all 72 delegates to the RNC in a winner take all primary.