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The informal Town Hall scheduled as an opportunity for the public to meet the 2016 Republican Dare County Commissioner Candidates and the NC House District 6 candidate Friday October 14, 2016 from 6 to 7 p.m. will occur as planned
The informal Town Hall scheduled as an opportunity for the public to meet the 2016 Republican Dare County Commissioner Candidates and the NC House District 6 candidate Friday October 14, 2016 from 6 to 7 p.m. will occur as planned
 
The public is invited to meet the Republican Dare County Commissioner Candidates and the NC House District 6 candidate at an informal Town Hall Meeting to be held on Friday October 14, 2016 from 6 to 7 p.m.
The public is invited to meet the Republican Dare County Commissioner Candidates and the NC House District 6 candidate at an informal Town Hall Meeting to be held on Friday October 14, 2016 from 6 to 7 p.m.
 
Paul Tine is now unaffiliated. UN-A-FFIL-I-ATED. Rest easy. Sleep well. Go on about your business. He's courageously gone off all by himself (favoring ObamaCare, opposing school choice, but caucusing with the GOP).
Paul Tine is now unaffiliated. UN-A-FFIL-I-ATED. Rest easy. Sleep well. Go on about your business. He's courageously gone off all by himself (favoring ObamaCare, opposing school choice, but caucusing with the GOP).
 
This move was a surprise to me as Tine's opponent in 2012 and 2014.
 
A Democrat named Arthur Williams represented the Outer Banks-centered Sixth District in the North Carolina House from 2003-2011. During that time, he was a good Democrat — a good soldier for then Senate boss Marc Basnight and then-House speaker Jim Black.
A Democrat named Arthur Williams represented the Outer Banks-centered Sixth District in the North Carolina House from 2003-2011. During that time, he was a good Democrat — a good soldier for then Senate boss Marc Basnight and then-House speaker Jim Black.
 
On Friday morning September 5th US Congressman Walter Jones released through his chief of staff a resounding endorsement for Mattie Lawson for NC House of Representatives for District 6.
On Friday morning September 5th US Congressman Walter Jones released through his chief of staff a resounding endorsement for Mattie Lawson for NC House of Representatives for District 6.
 
We were heartened by the success of Mattie Lawson in an NC House primary on the Outer Banks, and state Rep. Larry Pittman's reelection victory in Cabarrus County.
We were heartened by the success of Mattie Lawson in an NC House primary on the Outer Banks, and state Rep. Larry Pittman's reelection victory in Cabarrus County.
 
Beaufort Observer endorses incumbent county commissioner, Stan Deatherage, as its top pick for the Republican nomination for commissioner, with Candidate Keith Kidwell as their second choice.
Beaufort Observer endorses incumbent county commissioner, Stan Deatherage, as its top pick for the Republican nomination for commissioner, with Candidate Keith Kidwell as their second choice.
 
Early voting gets started this week. We've got some primaries out there. We also have a lot of folks out there who are unopposed for renomination.
Early voting gets started this week. We've got some primaries out there. We also have a lot of folks out there who are unopposed for renomination.
 
On April 14th Grass Roots North Carolina (GRNC) released recommendations by its political action committee, GRNC-PVF (Political Victory Fund), for NC candidates running in 2014 based on their voting record and responses to a questionnaire.
On April 14th Grass Roots North Carolina (GRNC) released recommendations by its political action committee, GRNC-PVF (Political Victory Fund), for NC candidates running in 2014 based on their voting record and responses to a questionnaire.
 
Mattie Lawson, a candidate running for NC House in District 6, has won the endorsement of the Republican Liberty Caucus of North Carolina.
Mattie Lawson, a candidate running for NC House in District 6, has won the endorsement of the Republican Liberty Caucus of North Carolina.
 
Following a narrow defeat in her run for NC House Representatives for District 6 in 2012, long-time Republican and Dare County resident Mattie Lawson has maintained an active role in local issues of concern to Eastern North Carolina citizens.
Following a narrow defeat in her run for NC House Representatives for District 6 in 2012, long-time Republican and Dare County resident Mattie Lawson has maintained an active role in local issues of concern to Eastern North Carolina citizens.
 
A long-time Republican, Mattie Lawson has just announced she will file to run for NC House District 6 to strengthen the conservative base in the NC General Assembly.
A long-time Republican, Mattie Lawson has just announced she will file to run for NC House District 6 to strengthen the conservative base in the NC General Assembly.
 
Last Thursday, July 18, 2013, a rather large delegation of Beaufort County's very best Republicans sojourned to Raleigh to the NC GOP headquarters to meet with recently elected chairman Claude Pope about egregious improprieties foisted upon the local party by the state party.
Last Thursday, July 18, 2013, a rather large delegation of Beaufort County's very best Republicans sojourned to Raleigh to the NC GOP headquarters to meet with recently elected chairman Claude Pope about egregious improprieties foisted upon the local party by the state party.
 
Mattie Lawson, a grassroots advocate for limited government, will not seek the North Carolina GOP Chair to be voted on at the NC GOP Convention.
Mattie Lawson, a grassroots advocate for limited government, will not seek the North Carolina GOP Chair to be voted on at the NC GOP Convention.
 
A woman who has a proven record of going nose-to-nose with the Raleigh establishment (and winning) is throwing her hat in the ring for chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party.
A woman who has a proven record of going nose-to-nose with the Raleigh establishment (and winning) is throwing her hat in the ring for chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party.
 
I take this opportunity to express my thanks to all of the many people who have worked the last two years to help us promote the agenda of the Republican Party and to bring you up to date on some of the recent history of our County party.
I take this opportunity to express my thanks to all of the many people who have worked the last two years to help us promote the agenda of the Republican Party and to bring you up to date on some of the recent history of our County party.
 
It appears from early unofficial vote totals that Stan White narrowly defeated Bill Cook to retain the Senate 1 seat and Paul Tine narrowly defeated Mattie Lawson to win the House 6 seat that Cook has held for the last two years.
It appears from early unofficial vote totals that Stan White narrowly defeated Bill Cook to retain the Senate 1 seat and Paul Tine narrowly defeated Mattie Lawson to win the House 6 seat that Cook has held for the last two years.
 
Early voting for the November 6 election begins October 18. We are posting our candidate picks for those who have requested that we do so and for anyone interested.
Early voting for the November 6 election begins October 18. We are posting our candidate picks for those who have requested that we do so and for anyone interested.
 
Thom Tillis, Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives attended a fund raiser for NC Senate candidate Bill Cook at the Bank Restaurant on Main Street in Washington on Monday October 8.
Thom Tillis, Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives attended a fund raiser for NC Senate candidate Bill Cook at the Bank Restaurant on Main Street in Washington on Monday October 8.
 
It's a story that just keeps repeating itself, with some variations, such as the names changing but the basic proposition remains the same.
 
When the GOP majority took over the North Carolina General Assembly in 2011, we were promised an end to pay-to-play. Pay-to-play has typically meant the shakedown of lobbyists and other interested parties for campaign donations in exchange for legislative attention to their concerns.
When the GOP majority took over the North Carolina General Assembly in 2011, we were promised an end to pay-to-play. Pay-to-play has typically meant the shakedown of lobbyists and other interested parties for campaign donations in exchange for legislative attention to their concerns.
 
Legislative redistricting in 2011 created a new state House District 6 that left an incumbent from each major party running to serve the same district.
Legislative redistricting in 2011 created a new state House District 6 that left an incumbent from each major party running to serve the same district.
 
Popular Majority Leader of the North Carolina House of Representatives, Paul "Skip" Stam, will be making an early morning appearance at the Plantation House Restaurant in Washington, NC, Friday September 7th, 2012.
Popular Majority Leader of the North Carolina House of Representatives, Paul "Skip" Stam, will be making an early morning appearance at the Plantation House Restaurant in Washington, NC, Friday September 7th, 2012.
 
I recently had an eye-opening conversation with an activist who is arguably a mover-and-shaker / household name in Charlotte area Republican politics. This person has been following the drama in the state House District 6 runoff between Mattie Lawson and Arthur Williams.
I recently had an eye-opening conversation with an activist who is arguably a mover-and-shaker / household name in Charlotte area Republican politics. This person has been following the drama in the state House District 6 runoff between Mattie Lawson and Arthur Williams.
 
In North Carolina, the politician seeking the nomination of their party, by virtue of the primary, must win 40% of the vote in that primary, irrespective of the number of contestants in that race.
In North Carolina, the politician seeking the nomination of their party, by virtue of the primary, must win 40% of the vote in that primary, irrespective of the number of contestants in that race.
 
In one of the most astounding events in recent years, Speaker Thom Tillis waded into the controversial Republican Primary--repeat Republican Primary--in an amazing Facebook exchange with Lisa Marley, the publisher of the Truth or Dare blog and a well-respected Republican activist from Dare County.
In one of the most astounding events in recent years, Speaker Thom Tillis waded into the controversial Republican Primary--repeat Republican Primary--in an amazing Facebook exchange with Lisa Marley, the publisher of the Truth or Dare blog and a well-respected Republican activist from Dare County.
 
I understand that Rep. Walter Jones has come out to support Arthur Williams in the run-off election for NC House for district 6. I'm sure there is a political reason.
I understand that Rep. Walter Jones has come out to support Arthur Williams in the run-off election for NC House for district 6. I'm sure there is a political reason.
 
Second quarter campaign finance reports show that Arthur Williams is spending big to try to win his race against grassroots candidate Mattie Lawson.
Second quarter campaign finance reports show that Arthur Williams is spending big to try to win his race against grassroots candidate Mattie Lawson.
 
The run off election from the State primary is now in progress. There are only a hand full of candidates from both the Republican and Democrat tickets.
The run off election from the State primary is now in progress. There are only a hand full of candidates from both the Republican and Democrat tickets.
 
There is now less than a week left before the run-off election for House District 6. It has turned out that the biggest issue of the campaign has come down to something neither candidate is talking about.
There is now less than a week left before the run-off election for House District 6. It has turned out that the biggest issue of the campaign has come down to something neither candidate is talking about.
 
This District Meeting brought together over 65 movers and shakers attendees of County Chairman, Vice-Chairman, members at large and State Candidates for the 3rd District.
This District Meeting brought together over 65 movers and shakers attendees of County Chairman, Vice-Chairman, members at large and State Candidates for the 3rd District.
 
n other words who is supposed to keep any political party clean of political vermin?
 
Just a quick glimpse at those numbers tells you several important things about North Carolina politics.
 
OBX Tea Party believes that the following candidates on the ballot for the July 17 Runoff best represent the Tea Party values of limited government, fiscal responsibility and free markets:
OBX Tea Party believes that the following candidates on the ballot for the July 17 Runoff best represent the Tea Party values of limited government, fiscal responsibility and free markets:
 
We're talking about the flap the Silly People have raised about a sign in Hood Richardson's office window at 208 N. Market Street.
We're talking about the flap the Silly People have raised about a sign in Hood Richardson's office window at 208 N. Market Street.
 
This primary runoff begins and unless you have been living under a rock, you must know the significance in these runoff elections, especially in eastern North Carolina.
This primary runoff begins and unless you have been living under a rock, you must know the significance in these runoff elections, especially in eastern North Carolina.
 
Could it be that Thom Tillis doesn't think he can depend on Mattie to tote his agenda; that Mattie will actually represent the voters in her district?
Could it be that Thom Tillis doesn't think he can depend on Mattie to tote his agenda; that Mattie will actually represent the voters in her district?
 
Hood Richardson, a long time county commissioner and an even loner proponent of making his comments known on the front window of his commercial building on North Market Street in Washington, NC, is being called to task for placing on his "store" window a political advertisement for Mattie Lawson.
Hood Richardson, a long time county commissioner and an even loner proponent of making his comments known on the front window of his commercial building on North Market Street in Washington, NC, is being called to task for placing on his "store" window a political advertisement for Mattie Lawson.
 
This system worked quite well; they were a great team - Ed was unbeatable and Arthur was to be the ascending Democrat in one local seat or another, after Ed retired, and Ed did one day retire.
This system worked quite well; they were a great team - Ed was unbeatable and Arthur was to be the ascending Democrat in one local seat or another, after Ed retired, and Ed did one day retire.
 
Ever wonder what happens when leopards change their spots? The answer is "NOTHING" because leopards do not change their spots.
Ever wonder what happens when leopards change their spots? The answer is "NOTHING" because leopards do not change their spots.
 
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