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Against the backdrop of an advertised Republican Caucus that was greatly contended by the county manager and the county attorney at the behest of 4 commissioners polled, the Beaufort County elected a so-called "Republican" as chairman and a Democratic Socialist as vice-chairman.
Against the backdrop of an advertised Republican Caucus that was greatly contended by the county manager and the county attorney at the behest of 4 commissioners polled, the Beaufort County elected a so-called "Republican" as chairman and a Democratic Socialist as vice-chairman.
 
The NC House Republican Caucus today unanimously re-elected Representative John Bell (R - Greene, Johnston and Wayne) as their Majority Leader for the 2021-2022 legislative session.
The NC House Republican Caucus today unanimously re-elected Representative John Bell (R - Greene, Johnston and Wayne) as their Majority Leader for the 2021-2022 legislative session.
 
The Beaufort County Republican Commissioners will caucus in room 111 located at 121 West 3rd Street, Washington, NC at 6:30 PM on Thursday, November 12, 2020
The Beaufort County Republican Commissioners will caucus in room 111 located at 121 West 3rd Street, Washington, NC at 6:30 PM on Thursday, November 12, 2020
 
President Donald Trump won the Iowa Republican caucuses on Monday night, as he faced no serious competitors in what was seen as a symbolic vote.
President Donald Trump won the Iowa Republican caucuses on Monday night, as he faced no serious competitors in what was seen as a symbolic vote.
 
I'm hearing some surprising, very pessimistic-sounding talk from some very surprising sources about the future of the "conservative revolution" in Raleigh.
I'm hearing some surprising, very pessimistic-sounding talk from some very surprising sources about the future of the "conservative revolution" in Raleigh.
 
I got a call yesterday from someone - very familiar with the inner workings of the state House Republican Caucus - who had just read my item on Democrat Paul Tine's departure from the Democrat Caucus.
I got a call yesterday from someone - very familiar with the inner workings of the state House Republican Caucus - who had just read my item on Democrat Paul Tine's departure from the Democrat Caucus.
 
I had an interesting talk today with someone who has floor privileges in the legislative building to go along with his flashy job title. We talked about the passion being exhibited by grassroots activists to get House Bill 1061 passed into state law.
I had an interesting talk today with someone who has floor privileges in the legislative building to go along with his flashy job title. We talked about the passion being exhibited by grassroots activists to get House Bill 1061 passed into state law.
 
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