Chatham Republican Party

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Welcome to the Chatham County Republican Party

Chatham County Republicans are dedicated to protecting everyone's rights and improving our community. As we prepare for the 2020 elections we are going to need your help to ensure we elect Republicans who will fight to uphold our platform and stop the harmful policies of the "progressives" at the County, State, and Federal levels. We have been busy over the past months and there is much more to do prepare for the next presidential election cycle. 

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Reagan Day 2020

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Reagan Day flyer


2020 Convention Flyer


Primary Election Candidates

 

The full list of the March 2020 Republican primary candidates can be found ☞ here ☜

 

Please consider giving your support to these Chatham County conservatives running to make Chatham a better place to live for all. For more details on the primary election, see our latest newsletter here.

Position
Name
State Senate district 23
Tom Glendinning
State House district 54
George Gilson Jr
Chatham Commissioner district 1
Jay Stobbs
Chatham Commissioner district 2
Jimmy Pharr
Chatham Commissioner district 5
Andy Wilkie
School Board district 1
Randall Armstrong
School Board district 2
Denny Lewis

2020 Primary Candidates

 


Chatham GOP Statement on Statue


Primary Elections

The North Carolina primary elections will be in March 2020.

Any registered Republican or registered Independent voter can vote in the Republican primary elections. There are a considerable number of candidates running for positions next spring. Here is a complete list, and this will be updated as changes happen.


County Commissioner Districts

Not sure which county commissioner district you are in? Check out the map below.

Chatham Commissioner Districts

 


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"The IRS does not allow contributions to the Chatham GOP to be deducted as a charitable contribution for federal income tax purposes."