Beaufort County Conservative Republican Club Meeting | Eastern North Carolina Now

Press Release:

    We meet on Thursday January 19 at 6:00 PM at King Chicken Restaurant in Washington.

    This meeting will be about how the Republican Party operates. You need to know this for the precinct meeting and county convention that takes place in March.

    This meeting is important for anyone who has questions about "why we do things this way". There will be plenty of information the RINO's do not want you to know.

    We are looking at a program to be presented by the Narcotics Unit of the Sheriff's Department durin


   Contact: Hood Richardson
   Email: hoodrichardson1@gmail.com g March or April.
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