RNC Statement on DNC Chair’s Town Hall in Robeson County | Beaufort County Now | If you are covering DNC Chair Jaime Harrison’s town hall with the North Carolina Democrat Party at Robeson Community College today, please consider the following statement from the Republican National Committee:

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Press Release:

    Hi there,

    If you are covering DNC Chair Jaime Harrison's town hall with the North Carolina Democrat Party at Robeson Community College today, please consider the following statement from the Republican National Committee:

    "Support for Democrats in Robeson County has plummeted, and now Jaime Harrison is scrambling to pick up the pieces of Joe Biden's broken promises. Unfortunately, these outreach efforts are too little too late, and treating Robeson County voters as an afterthought won't do them any good." - RNC Spokeswoman Savannah Viar

    Background:

  • Tuesday's Primary Election Results
  • Democrat primary votes have plummeted 68.0% since 2018 in Robeson County.
  • Republican primary votes have increased by 58.1% since 2018 in Robeson County.
  • On a statewide level, Republicans cast over 150,000 more votes than Democrats.
  • Not even Democrats are convinced U.S. Senate candidate Cheri Beasley can win in November, considering their lackluster investment in the state thus far.
  • RNC Investment in Robeson County
  • In January, the RNC opened our first Native American Community Center in Robeson, home to the Lumbee tribe and previously a Democrat stronghold.
  • Just this week, the RNC's Robeson Community Center in Pembroke collected baby food and supplies to distribute to those in need in response to Joe Biden's devastating baby formula shortage.



   Contact: Savannah Viar
   Phone: (770) 362-0261
   Email: sviar@gop.com
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