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FIRE Launches First Amendment Library

PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 14, 2016—Today, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) is proud to launch our First Amendment Library, designed to be the premier resource for information about the First Amendment’s five freedoms. FIRE’s First Amendment Library is a free, online database of First Amendment-related materials, […]

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Facts about Teacher Pay in North Carolina

You have heard a lot about teacher pay in North Carolina. Here are some facts that you need to know. http://www.ncteacherraise.com/  

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On the Road Report with Lt. Governor Dan Forest

  Henry Clay Day   On Tuesday, April 26th Lt. Governor Forest hosted his third-annual Henry Clay Day celebration. Each year, to commemorate Henry Clay’s famous “Raleigh Letter,” Lt. Governor Forest hosts a celebration with MoonPies, RC Colas and Henry Clay cigars. Additionally, each year someone is […]

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Governor McCrory’s Office regarding House Bill 2:

Myths vs Facts: What New York Times, Huffington Post and other media outlets aren’t saying about common-sense privacy law 1. Does the new bill limit or prohibit private sector companies from adopting their own nondiscrimination policies or practices? Answer: No. Businesses are not limited by this bill. Private […]

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Wake School Board vs. The Pledge of Allegiance

New policy pushes students, teachers to undermine the pledge and patriotic values WAKE FOREST – Wake County’s Board of Education found another solution in search of a problem this week: The News & Observer reported Wake’s Democrat led school board is considering a new and encouraged teachers to undercut patriotic values […]

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Race to the Finish Line – in 6 Days

County Chairs & District Chairs. You all know by now that the NCGOP is sponsoring an event, Race to the Finish Line at the Richard Petty Museum on March 22nd. I have been asking each of the County’s and Districts to promote the event, both on their […]

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Happy New Year from the Wake County Republican Party!

We hope and pray you have a happy, healthy and wonderful 2016, and we thought it would be useful to share some important dates and information with you as we head into the most critical election in many years… Here are some things people have been calling […]

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Wake County Commissioner Candidates Filing Monday

Tomorrow morning (Monday Dec 7th), most of “Team 2016” Wake County Board of Commissioners will be filing to run for office, at 9am at the Wake County Board of Elections (337 S Salisbury Street). Phil Matthews (new B superdistrict), Craig Ralph (new A superdistrict) and John Odom […]

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Say NO To Raleigh Becoming A Sanctuary City

Press Release For Immediate Release For more info contact: Charles Hellwig: politics@charleshellwig.com In an obvious attempt to curry favor with potential Latino voters, Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane has crossed the line. The headline in La Noticia says it all: “Alcaldesa de Raleigh apoyaria identification municipal para indocumentados” […]

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Election October 6, 2015 Candidate Endorsements

We have the best group of municipal candidates running in 2015 than we’ve ever had before! Please go to their websites, learn more about them, forward their info to your friends, donate to their campaigns and make sure you VOTE!! OCT 6th GOP Endorsed Candidates Raleigh Mayor […]

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