Republican National Committee to Host Roundtable Discussing One Year Under Biden administration | Beaufort County Now | On Thursday, January 20, the Republican National Committee (RNC) will host a roundtable event in Greensboro discussing one year under the Biden administration.

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    GREENSBORO, NC     On Thursday, January 20, the Republican National Committee (RNC) will host a roundtable event in Greensboro discussing one year under the Biden administration. During the event, we will ask North Carolinians if they are better off now than they were one year ago and will examine how the Biden administration's Afghanistan crisis, higher inflation, rise in crime and war on education are impacting peoples' lives.


    NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley

    NCGOP Vice-Chair Susan Mills

    State Senator Amy Galey

    Guilford County Commissioner James Upchurch

    WHAT: Roundtable Discussion

    WHEN: Thursday, January 20, 2022

    WHERE: Guilford County Republican Party

    5500 W. Friendly Ave, Greensboro, NC 27410

    TIME: 1:30 PM EST

    RSVP: Email Alex Nolley with your name and outlet if you plan to attend.

    BACKGROUND: Each roundtable participant represents an industry or group that has been impacted by the Biden administration's failed policies. Mills is a public school teacher, Senator Galey represents Alamance County and is the wife of an Afghanistan War veteran and Commissioner Upchurch switched from being a registered Democrat to a registered Republican in 2021. The roundtable will be moderated by Chairman Whatley.

    Contact: Alex Nolley
    North Carolina Communications Director
    Republican National Committee
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