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News, Media & Press Releases

GOP news / 05.04.2016

NCGOP general counsel releasing information after Chairman's request.  Raleigh, N.C. - The North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) today released new details on a planned website attack that would have resulted in NCGOP party funds being diverted into non-Party accounts controlled by Chairman Harnett. These results include sworn testimony implicating the elected volunteer Chairman of...

GOP news / 28.03.2016

VIDEO Former Democrat NC House Speaker Joe Mavretic: Repeal of Charlotte Bathroom Ordinance "Good Move," Senate Democrats "Did Not Have The Courage To Stand And Vote" Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25ILI30OtV4   VIDEO Columnist John Hood: Bathroom Ordinance "Foolish," “Colossal Failure Of Leadership In Charlotte” Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGVKKpd_JQE ### ...

GOP news / 28.03.2016

Raleigh, N.C. - Dallas Woodhouse, NCGOP Executive Director, issued the following statement in response to Roy Cooper's demand that the UNC men's basketball team boycott the NCAA Final Four because "61% of Houston's residents are ignorant bigots" for voting to overturn a city council ordinance like Charlotte's...

GOP news, HB2 / 01.03.2016

Offers no plan to assure public safety (Media availability this afternoon) Raleigh, N.C. – After pressure from the public, members of the media and the North Carolina Republican Party, Attorney General Roy Cooper finally stated his support of the radical dual-sex bathroom ordinance recently passed by the Charlotte City Council,...

Roy Cooper / 29.02.2016

Analysis Reveals Significant Campaign Contributions From Pro-Ordinance Groups to Cooper Campaign Committee Raleigh, N.C. – First, Democrat candidate for governor and N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper refused to join a lawsuit on behalf of North Carolina against the ACLU and the Obama Administration’s attempt to open sex-specific student locker rooms...