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N.C. GOP 3rd District Republican Convention elects RNC Delegates/Alternates and Presidential Elector

    N.C. GOP 3rd District Republican Convention elects RNC Delegates/Alternates and Presidential Elector

    Please join me in congratulating the following Delegates and Alternates to the Republican National Convention taking place in Cleveland Ohio, July 18-21, 2016.

    Delegate Keith Kidwell (Beaufort County)
    Delegate Larry Herwig (Beaufort County)
    Delegate Jordan Hennessy (Dare County)

    Alt-Delegate Vicky Born (Pitt County)
    Alt-Delegate Joseph Knox (Beaufort County)
 Alt-Delegate Carl Mischka (Craven County)


    Three delegates and alternates are elected from each Congressional District in North Carolina. There will be an additional thirty delegates and alternates elected at the North Carolina State Convention to be held May 5-8, 2016 in Greensboro, NC.

    Also, congratulations to Karen Kozel who was elected to be our Third District Presidential Elector. She will be one of 18 Republican Electors from the great state of North Carolina.

    Thank you and God Bless America!

      Kim Cotten-West, Chair

      N.C. GOP 3rd District


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