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Beaufort businessman Randy Ramsey has been elected permanent chairman of the University of North Carolina Systemís Board of Governors.
Beaufort businessman Randy Ramsey has been elected permanent chairman of the University of North Carolina Systemís Board of Governors.
 
In October 2019, Beaufort businessman Randy Ramsey was unanimously elected chairman of the University of North Carolina Systemís Board of Governors.
In October 2019, Beaufort businessman Randy Ramsey was unanimously elected chairman of the University of North Carolina Systemís Board of Governors.
 
Itís been a couple of months since Randy Ramsey became the chairman of the University of North Carolina System Board of Governors.
Itís been a couple of months since Randy Ramsey became the chairman of the University of North Carolina System Board of Governors.
 
With neither discussion nor debate, the University of North Carolinaís Board of Governors voted unanimously to approve Beaufort businessman Randy Ramsey as the boardís new chairman.
With neither discussion nor debate, the University of North Carolinaís Board of Governors voted unanimously to approve Beaufort businessman Randy Ramsey as the boardís new chairman.
 
It is election night, primary, 2012, and NC House Representative Bill Cook won the Republican nomination for the NC Senate, District 1, seat, while Norman Sanderson won the Republican nomination for NC Senate, District 2, seat.
It is election night, primary, 2012, and NC House Representative Bill Cook won the Republican nomination for the NC Senate, District 1, seat, while Norman Sanderson won the Republican nomination for NC Senate, District 2, seat.
 
Am I the only one wondering why Randy Ramsey is willing to spend so much money for a State Senate seat that only pays $13,000/year?
Am I the only one wondering why Randy Ramsey is willing to spend so much money for a State Senate seat that only pays $13,000/year?
 
For the past several weeks, Republican primary voters have been overwhelmed with glossy mailers (last count was 15), slick TV commercials and ominous radio ads, all paid for by the Ramsey for Senate campaign.
For the past several weeks, Republican primary voters have been overwhelmed with glossy mailers (last count was 15), slick TV commercials and ominous radio ads, all paid for by the Ramsey for Senate campaign.
 
These higher-ups include Sen. (publisher's note: actually NC Rep., Speaker of the House) Thom Tillis, Sen. Phil Berger, and Sen. Harry Brown. We know this because we have the entire invitation list for the meeting they had in New Bern. Some were local businessmen and a former State legislator.
These higher-ups include Sen. (publisher's note: actually NC Rep., Speaker of the House) Thom Tillis, Sen. Phil Berger, and Sen. Harry Brown. We know this because we have the entire invitation list for the meeting they had in New Bern. Some were local businessmen and a former State legislator.
 
Campaign finance disclosures made available this week show that Randy Ramsey has outraised and outspent his chief rival, Norm Sanderson, significantly in the Republican primary in N.C. Senate District 2.
Campaign finance disclosures made available this week show that Randy Ramsey has outraised and outspent his chief rival, Norm Sanderson, significantly in the Republican primary in N.C. Senate District 2.
 
At the Republican Men's Club in New Bern, Randy Ramsey, when asked if he hires illegals; said that he has four with green cards because they had skills that couldn't be found around here.
At the Republican Men's Club in New Bern, Randy Ramsey, when asked if he hires illegals; said that he has four with green cards because they had skills that couldn't be found around here.
 
Chameleon politicians. You know, those lizards that change color to suit the environment at the time. Like the story Will Rogers is reported to have told. Seems a politician came up to Will one day and ask him for his vote.
Chameleon politicians. You know, those lizards that change color to suit the environment at the time. Like the story Will Rogers is reported to have told. Seems a politician came up to Will one day and ask him for his vote.
 
I'm really fascinated by the many Randy Ramsey's mailers telling us all he will do to bring jobs to our area. Talk is cheap, but the truth is his political campaign isn't helping the local economy much.
I'm really fascinated by the many Randy Ramsey's mailers telling us all he will do to bring jobs to our area. Talk is cheap, but the truth is his political campaign isn't helping the local economy much.
 
Randy Ramsey's voting record shows he has never voted in a Republican Primary. Some would say this shows he has no interest in Republican politics, probably because his record of contributions show he supported Democrats who weren't on those primary ballots.
Randy Ramsey's voting record shows he has never voted in a Republican Primary. Some would say this shows he has no interest in Republican politics, probably because his record of contributions show he supported Democrats who weren't on those primary ballots.
 
What we know is that Randy Ramsey says he is a conservative Republican who stated in the News Times and Daily News, "I support candidates who best serve the interests of eastern North Carolina.
What we know is that Randy Ramsey says he is a conservative Republican who stated in the News Times and Daily News, "I support candidates who best serve the interests of eastern North Carolina.
 
Although the letters to the editor expressing concern over the state senate campaign of Randy Ramsey far outnumber those expressing support for his campaign, there has been one theme the supporters seem to have in common.
Although the letters to the editor expressing concern over the state senate campaign of Randy Ramsey far outnumber those expressing support for his campaign, there has been one theme the supporters seem to have in common.
 
Carteret County businessman Randy Ramsey, who has made substantial campaign contributions to Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue, former Democratic Gov. Mike Easley, and the N.C. Democratic Party, is running in a three-way Republican primary for the 2nd District state Senate seat.
Carteret County businessman Randy Ramsey, who has made substantial campaign contributions to Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue, former Democratic Gov. Mike Easley, and the N.C. Democratic Party, is running in a three-way Republican primary for the 2nd District state Senate seat.
 
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