Beaufort County Conservative Republican Club Meeeting | Eastern North Carolina Now | Our Next Meeting Is Thursday September 15 At 6:00 Pm At King Chicken Restaurant.

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Press Release:

    Our Next Meeting Is Thursday September 15 At 6:00 Pm At King Chicken Restaurant.

    We Will Have Mitchell Shaw With The John Birch Society As A Guset Speaker. He Will Talk About "Upside Down World" Or "world Crazyness" And What We Can Do To Make A Difference.

    Our Other Guest Will Be Kellie Hopkins, Director Of Elections For Beaufort County. This Wil Be Agood Opportunity To Ask Questions About Anything To Do With Voting.

    We Need To Broaden Our Base. Invite Your Friends To Attend This Meeting. We Are In The Final Sprint To Stop The Democrats, Biden, The Socialists And The Communists. It Is An Upside Down World And Getting Out The Vote Is One Way To Put A Stop To It.

    We Need Money To Help Us Get The Word Out. There Are A Lot Of People Who Will Vote Correctly If Given A Little Bit Of Inormation. Send Your Check Made Out To: Beaufort County Conservative Republican Pac To: Hood Richardson, 110 West Second Street, Washington, Nc 27889


   Contact: Hood Richardson
   Email: hoodrichardson1@gmail.com
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