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NCGOP Announces List of Replacement NCSBE Members

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    Raleigh, NC     Today, the North Carolina Republican Party has submitted the official Republican Party List of nominees to serve on the North Carolina State Board of Elections.

    "The North Carolina Republican Party has submitted our official list of nominees and fully expect Governor Cooper quickly fill the vacancies on the North Carolina Board of Elections," said NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley.

    Here's a list of nominees to fill David Black's seat. Click here to view the letter.

    Jeanette Kathleen Doran — Wake County

    Stacy "Four" Clyde Eggers, IV — Watauga County

    James "Carr" Carlton McLamb, JR. — Wake County

    Here's a list of nominees to fill Ken Raymond's seat. Click here to view the letter

    Dr. Donald Robert van der Vaart — New Hanover County

    Wyatt "Tommy Tucker, Sr. — Union County

    Dr. Trudy Lynn Wade — Guilford County


  • Contact: Tim Wigginton
  •     communications@ncgop.org

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