Beaufort County Conservative Republican Club | Eastern North Carolina Now | Our Next Meeting Is Thursday November 17 At 6:00 Pm At King Chicken Restaurant.

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    Our next meeting is Thursday, November 17 At 6:00 PM at King Chicken Restaurant.

    Michael Speciale will be our guest speaker. He will speak on how the legislature actually works and how it is supposed to work. This will be a good opportunity to get honest answers from a Conservative expert.

    Steve Rader will give us a report on the recent elections. How did we lose some races and why?

    There Are Other Hot Issues. Will Franke Waters Be Allowed To Continue To Serve On The Republican Executive Committee After Giving $250 To The Democrat Running For Sheriff. Kelly Cox Had To Resign For His Supportof Democrat Rogerson. Will Fake Frankie Do The Honorable Thing And Resign?

    Because Of Questions Of Ethics, The Beaufort County Commissioners Sent The Nominatin Of Carolyn Garrs (Chairman Of The Beaufort County Republican Executive Committee) Back To The Executive Committee. Here Is The Resolutoion That Passsed By A Vote Of 5 To 2 With

    Republicans Frankie Waters And John Rebholz Voting Against It

    Resolution: "Commissioner Richardson Motioned To Table This Issue And Send It Back For Another Candidate"

    Now The Question Is "What Will The Executive Committee Do" Will They Vote Again? Willthey Send The Qualified Candidate Who Is Tim Melton? Will They Do Nothing? Willl They Vote To Send Carolyn Garris Back To The Commissioners?

    What About Disloyal Fake Frankie Waters. Will He Be Allowed To Vote On This Issue?

    The Beaufort County Executive Committee Meets On Tuesday Novmeber 15th At The Headquarters On Minute Man Lane In Pamlico Plaza Shopping Center. I Believe It Is 6:00 Pm, They Never Publish The Time In Their Notices.

    If You Attend, Be Prepared For Chairman Garris To Clear The Room For Another Secret Meeting.

   Contact: Hood Richardson
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