FEATURED SPEAKER: North Carolina's National Committeeman, Mark Brody
Represenative Mark Brody is in his second term serving the 55th District (Union and Anson Counties) in the North Carolina General Assembly. He was elected as our National Committeeman to the RNC during the 2016 State Convention. He served in the US Navy Reserve and received a BA in Business Management from Concordia University (Milwaukee, WI). His professional life has been spent as a General Contractor. He and his wife, Lisa, have three daughters and attend Graceway Baptist Church.
Make sure you take advantage of this impressive opportunity to meet one of our state leaders who is shaping the direction of policy in this state and has the power to illustrate for voters across North Carolina the advantage of having Republicans at the helm of leadership.
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FEATURED SPEAKER: NC House Majority Leader, John Bell, IV
John Bell IV was first elected to represent the 10th district in the North Carolina General Assembly in 2014 and is in his third term. In 2015, he was elected as House Majority Whip and then, in 2016 was elected to replace the retiring Rep. Mike Hager as Majority Leader. As Majority Leader, John has tremendous influence over the direction and leadership of the Republican Caucus in the North Carolina House.
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FEATURED SPEAKER: Sheriff Donnie Harrison
We have one of the hardest working sheriffs in the country. Just ask him and Donnie will tell you, "I love my job!". Whether there's a call a 11 o'clock in the morning, or 11 o'clock at night, you just might see the Sheriff pull up. He's been a friend of the East Wake Republican Club, and a great sheriff! You might see him anywhere in Wake County, working with the men and women of the Wake County Sheriff's office.
“I’m not a paper-pushing Sheriff. You have to get out and work the roads if you want to know what’s going on.”—Sheriff Donnie Harrison
Donnie Harrison was first elected Sheriff of Wake County in 2002, and is serving in his his fourth term.
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FEATURED SPEAKER: Jay DeLancy
Thursday evening we are pleased to have Jay DeLancy of Voter Integrity Project NC as our featured speaker. Jay DeLancy is Executive Director of VIP-NC , a trans-partisan, volunteer organization that works for open and honest elections by bringing more transparency to the process in order to ensure that no voters are disenfranchised. The group uses database analysis to detect irregularities in the voting records that could suggest patterns of fraud.
Their research has included identifying three NC counties with more than 100% of its voting-age population registered to vote (the national average is 67%), discovering almost 30,000 deceased persons still on the voter rolls; finding more than a hundred people who voted in the 2008 election and then later proved to the Wake County Clerk of Courts that they were not US citizens; and by gathering enough evidence to compel the State Board of Elections to make criminal referrals for (so far) five persons who voted twice in the Nov 2012 election.
Jay has led the way in North Carolina pushing for reforms to it's voting laws to protect all voters against fraud. He has appeared on national media including Fox and Friends, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and others. He will catch us up on legislation, legal actions, what they did in the 2016 election cycle, and what they're doing next.
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