Upcoming EventsMar17Mon6:00 pm Chatham County Board of Commissioners Meeting @ Historic CourthouseChatham County Board of Commissi… @ Historic CourthouseMar 17 @ 6:00 pmThe Chatham County Board of Commissioners typically meets on the third Monday of the month, but other meetings are held as needed or changed to another [...]Mar28Friall-day Conservative Leadership Conference @ Raleigh Crabtree MarriottConservative Leadership Conference @ Raleigh Crabtree MarriottMar 28 – Mar 29 all-dayThe Conservative Leadership Conference is the only statewide conservative conference in North Carolina, The two-day conference will educate and empower people on how we can [...]Apr12Sat6:00 pm Chatham County Republican Party Reagan Dinner @ The Governors ClubChatham County Republican Party … @ The Governors ClubApr 12 @ 6:00 pmKeynote Speaker Brent Bozell VIP Tickets & Sponsorships: Event Sponsor – $5000 Eight tickets to event; invitation to the Private VIP Reception; photo opportunity with [...]Apr21Mon6:00 pm Chatham County Board of Commissioners Meeting @ Historic CourthouseChatham County Board of Commissi… @ Historic CourthouseApr 21 @ 6:00 pmThe Chatham County Board of Commissioners typically meets on the third Monday of the month, but other meetings are held as needed or changed to another [...]
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- Remember judicial races are non-partisan so you need to know who the candidates are. Here's some basic background on all the candidates running for the NC Supreme Court this year. There will be a primary for the Hudson seat to narrow the field to 2 candidates for November.3 days ago
Field Set for North Carolina Supreme Court Races | The National Law Review
In November, North Carolina voters will select the individuals who will hold of the majority of the seats on the Supreme Court of North Carolina until 2022. Four of the seven seats on the Supreme Court are up for grabs and observers expect that the races will be hotly contested despite their relativ...
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NC Experienced Conservative Judges
"Is there a primary for the judges this year?" We have been asked that many times since filing period ended, and the answer is - YES. There is one nonpartisan 3-way primary. The candidates are Judge Eric L. Levinson (R), Jeanette Doran (R), and Justice Robin Hudson (D). The judges will not be listed by party affiliation on the ballot. All voters, regardless of party, may vote for 1 of the 3 candidates. The top 2 vote-getters, regardless of party, will advance to the November general election. Please LIKE and SHARE this to help spread the word about this nonpartisan judicial primary coming up this spring!