North Carolina Republican Party State Convention Rescheduled | Beaufort County Now | Due to the national health emergency caused by the outbreak of the COVID-19 Virus, commonly known as the Coronavirus, the North Carolina Republican Party has rescheduled its annual State Republican Convention to July 9-12 in Greenville, North Carolina.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Press Release:

    RALEIGH, NC     Due to the national health emergency caused by the outbreak of the COVID-19 Virus, commonly known as the Coronavirus, the North Carolina Republican Party has rescheduled its annual State Republican Convention to July 9-12 in Greenville, North Carolina.

    For the past two months, NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley and NCGOP Staff have been in constant communications with the Greenville Convention Center, our host hotels in Greenville and our other vendors about the conditions of the COVID-19 Virus Outbreak in North Carolina and the potential need for us to move the convention back from our original May 14-17 schedule.

    NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley issued the following statement:

    "The North Carolina Republican Party is firmly committed to hosting our Convention, holding our elections and hearing from a great roster of speakers. We would like to thank the Greenville Convention Center, our host hotels and vendors for continuing to work with us as we are forced to adapt to an evolving timeline for reopening the State and allowing large events to take place. We cannot wait to see all of our Republican Activists, Leaders, and Candidates again and are looking forward to a fantastic event in Greenville!"

    WHO: Republican Delegates
    WHAT: NCGOP State Convention
    WHEN: July 9-12, 2020
    WHERE: Greenville Convention Center - Greenville, NC
    WHY: Elect RNC Committeeman and Committeewoman, Elect RNC Delegates

    NCGOP staff will be available to answer any questions you may have. We can be reached at (919) 336-9620 or communications@ncgop.org.


  • Contact: Jeff Hauser
  •     jeff.hauser@ncgop.org

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