"What is the NCGOP Leadership Hiding?" | Eastern North Carolina Now

   Publisher's note: We have had this story related to us, which we have posted here and here. Still, we have had no response from the Republicans accused of this bad behavior.

    In February 2012, I wrote a Letter to the Editor (LTE) of our local paper. It asked the question "What If" and followed with a number of questions about what appeared to be interference in local and district elections in North Carolina.

    It began with the question "What if two NC Senators and a NC Representative came to our County and picked the candidate to run for the Senate seat that represents you, the voters of Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico Counties?" Well, that did happen in NC Senate District 2 Primary race (and they lost).

    Similar stories are being circulated about other counties in eastern NC like in Pitt County, and more recently in NC House District 6. In fact, it has been claimed that at the recent NCGOP Convention in Greensboro, a delegate from Carteret County was passing out a flyer that asked questions similar to those in my February LTE. Questions like "Is the NCGOP intruding into local or state and national primaries," and" are they recruiting and supporting newly switched Democrats and opportunist RINOs to run against conservative incumbents and principled new candidates," and "Are they running Decoy Candidates so as to manipulate elections and place their puppets?" The flyer also cited portions of the NCGOP Plan of Organization that prohibits such actions by Party officials. The flyer, and the lady distributing the flyer quickly attracted the attention of no less than four senior Party officials, who confronted the lady distributing the flyer with fingers wagging, tongues lashing, and threats of suing for libel and slander flowing.

    Out of the blue one of the officials asked if this had anything to do with the NC District 6 race which had not been mentioned in the flyer or during their tirade til this point (hmmm, wonder where that came from?). The lady was completely humiliated and terrified by the threatening tone and finger wagging. The harassment hasn't stopped there, as it continues via email from at least one delegate from Mecklenbury County who continues to hound the lady to take a lie detector test, but to prove what? She was simply asking questions to which no answers have been provided. Now for these men to so passionately harass this lady begs the question, "What are they trying to hide?" Perhaps the lie detector test should be given to the Party officials and the Mecklenburg County delegate to discover what they have been up to. Maybe they should sue so we can find out during discovery what they know and what they've been up to in their non-smoke filled room. Eastern North Carolina has had enough of these party bosses buying candidates and influence to wield over the heads of the citizens of North Carolina.

    If these Party officials think this is over, let them continue to play this game to see where it leads them.
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