Where Does Cunningham Stand on Defunding the Police? | Beaufort County Now | The Minneapolis city council this past weekend voted to disband their city’s police department, and other Democratic cities are considering the same. | NC GOP, cal cunningham, defunding the police, police departments, minneapolis, minneapolis city council, june 9, 2020

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Where Does Cunningham Stand on Defunding the Police?

Press Release:

    RALEIGH, NC — The Minneapolis city council this past weekend voted to disband their city's police department, and other Democratic cities are considering the same. As Democrats across the country continue to push to dismantle police departments and divert money away from law enforcement, North Carolinians need to know if Cal Cunningham thinks that pandering to his radical liberal base is more important than keeping North Carolinians safe.

    "Defunding the police is not a fringe movement, Minneapolis is just the first in a long line of Democratic-led cities who want to disband law enforcement," said NCGOP Press Secretary Tim Wigginton. "It's only a matter of time before the radical left tries to defund the police here in North Carolina, and voters deserve to know where Cal Cunningham will stand when the time comes. Based on his horrific record on public safety, North Carolinians can be fairly certain that Cunningham will put the radical liberals in his party over keeping them safe."

    Cunningham's support for the "defund the police" movement would come as no surprise, given he has already vowed to put the public safety of North Carolinians at risk by "enabling" sanctuary city policies.

  • Contact: Tim Wigginton
  •     communications@ncgop.org


Latest Bloodless Warfare: Politics

The North Carolina Council on Health Care Coverage held its last meeting today to finalize principles to help guide Governor Roy Cooper and legislative leaders as they consider options to increase affordable and comprehensive health coverage for North Carolinians.
At the Request of President Biden, Acting Secretary of Education Will Extend Pause on Federal Student Loan Payments
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed William “Bill” Wolfe to serve as a Superior Court Judge in Judicial District 7C, serving Edgecombe and Wilson counties.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper and North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen visited a large-scale vaccine site at UNC-Chapel Hill’s Friday Conference Center to witness health care workers and North Carolinians over age 65 receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Governor Roy Cooper announced today that the North Carolina Executive Mansion will be illuminated on January 19, 2021, at 5:30 PM in remembrance of the lives lost as in the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Carolina Republican Party Chairman Michael Whatley released the following statement in response to the impeachment vote in the House of Representatives


In 2021, county boards of elections across North Carolina will conduct several important and required processes designed to keep the state’s voter rolls accurate and up to date.
Governor Roy Cooper has mobilized approximately 550 North Carolina National Guardsmen to assist with upcoming security needs in Washington, DC and North Carolina.
Governor Roy Cooper has named retired Lieutenant General Walter Gaskin to lead the North Carolina Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
State Representative Keith Kidwell was officially sworn-in and seated on the House floor today to serve the people of House District 79, which includes Beaufort and Craven counties.
Governor Roy Cooper today announced two judicial appointments, one to the North Carolina Superior Court and one to the North Carolina District Court.
Transitions are a time for reflection, and a time for looking forward.
The Governor commended North Carolinians for their resiliency over the past four years, discussed moving forward as a unified state in Inaugural address
The front yard of the Executive Mansion was transformed into an outdoor sound stage for the ceremony.


Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced new appointments to boards and commissions across North Carolina.
The Governor and Council of State will take their oaths of office in a program on January 9th at 10AM
Congressman Greg Murphy, M.D. (NC-03) released the following statement after being officially sworn into the U.S. House of Representatives for the 117th Congress.
Governor Roy Cooper today commented after a state Court of Appeals ruling in the M.E. v T.J. case that concerns whether individuals in a same-sex relationship can use Domestic Violence Protection Orders under state law to protect themselves from abusive partners.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed Executive Order 184, extending North Carolina’s evictions moratorium through January 31, 2021.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper appointed left wing political hack Darren Jackson to fill conservative jurist Phil Berger’s seat on the North Carolina Court of Appeals following his election to the Supreme Court.


Back to Top