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State GOP vice-chairman Joyce Krawiec's appointment to an unexpired state Senate seat from Forsythe County has created a job vacancy within the party hierarchy.
State GOP vice-chairman Joyce Krawiec's appointment to an unexpired state Senate seat from Forsythe County has created a job vacancy within the party hierarchy.
 
Following the resignation of Joyce Krawiec as Vice Chair of the North Carolina Republican Party, Glen Bradley has announced his interest in the upcoming appointment for the Vice Chairmanship of the North Carolina Republican Party.
Following the resignation of Joyce Krawiec as Vice Chair of the North Carolina Republican Party, Glen Bradley has announced his interest in the upcoming appointment for the Vice Chairmanship of the North Carolina Republican Party.
 
If you believe the spin of a lot of NCGOP insiders, the state Republican Party will be governed for the next two years by a former legislator and the cousin of Art "The Great Satan" Pope.
If you believe the spin of a lot of NCGOP insiders, the state Republican Party will be governed for the next two years by a former legislator and the cousin of Art "The Great Satan" Pope.
 
As state lawmakers made their way back to work Jan. 9, they faced nearly 200 protesters on the lawn in front of the General Assembly building.
As state lawmakers made their way back to work Jan. 9, they faced nearly 200 protesters on the lawn in front of the General Assembly building.
 
While the demand for unpasteurized, "raw" milk is growing around the country, North Carolina remains one of 20 states where selling it is illegal. State Rep. Glen Bradley, R-Franklin, wants to change that.
While the demand for unpasteurized, "raw" milk is growing around the country, North Carolina remains one of 20 states where selling it is illegal. State Rep. Glen Bradley, R-Franklin, wants to change that.
 
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