July 30 Meet the Candidates
The 4th District of the NC Republican Party is hosting a US Senator Candidate Town Hall in Durham on July 30. All seven of the current Republican Senate candidates (Banwart, Budd, Cooke, Harper, McCrory, Potter, Walker) will be there to explain their views and answer questions. RSVP to this great event here.
July 31 Movie night
Need something to watch on Saturday night? Come join us at the Chatham GOP Headquarters (189-B Thompson Street in Pittsboro) for a showing of Casablanca starting at 7:00 PM. No need to RSVP, just show up!
August 10 Open meeting night
The Chatham GOP is meeting at Best Foods Cafeteria in Siler City (they have the best fried chicken!) starting at 6pm. Open to all Chatham Republicans. No special agenda, just a chance to hear about some of our plans for the fall and have a meal with fellow conservatives. Watch for your calendar invitation to RSVP, as the seating is limited to 100.
September 11 FIESTA
The Chatham GOP will have a table at the Siler City FIESTA celebration on September 11 from noon to 6pm. Stop by and visit while you are enjoying the Hispanic food and entertainment celebration in Siler City.
September 14 Critical Race Theory
Are you concerned about Critical Race Theory infiltrating our schools? Then come hear Susan Mills, Vice Chair of the North Carolina Republican Party discuss CRT and how parents can get involved with their school boards to ensure our schools do not turn into lecture halls for socialist agendas. The date is September 14 starting at 7:00pm at the Pittsboro Community House, 65 Thompson Street in Pittsboro (just a short walk from our headquarters).
November 13 Reagan Day Dinner
The Reagan Day Dinner is our gala event of the year, and this year we will kick off the holiday season with an outstanding event at Governors Club. Our keynote speaker will be Russ Vought of the Center for Renewing America. Sponsor table tickets will be available in August, with general admission tickets later this fall. See you there!
We are continuing to encourage local citizens to seek election to offices that will be open in 2022, particularly the three Chatham Commissioner districts (3, 4, and 5) and the three School Board districts (3, 4, and 5). Interested in more information? Contact [email protected]. Filing deadline is December 2021!
We live in dangerous times for our constitutional government. The North Carolina governor keeps us in a COVID 'State of Emergency', as does the Chatham County Board of Commissioners. Our federal government tells us that only what the current administration says is 'truth' and asks social media platforms to block the free speech rights of anyone who says otherwise. Advice for conservatives: be strong, be vocal, be active, but be peaceful in defending our constitutional rights.
Everybody is in favor of free speech. Hardly a day passes without its being extolled, but some people’s idea of it is that they are free to say what they like, but if anyone says anything back, that is an outrage.
― Winston Churchill
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