*****URGENT! We had three reports yesterday IN BURKE COUNTY of voters choosing Romney but the voting machine showed Obama. This was reported to the Board of Elections director, Debbie Mace and also to the NCGOP hotline. PLEASE make sure your vote is recorded properly. Also, alert the election officials at the voting location that you are having the problem. If you do not get satisfactory assistance, please call our headquarters at 828-430-3099 OR 828-448-7206 right away and we will get you the information you need to make a report.
From now until Nov. 7th our office hours are as follows:
- 10 AM – 6 PM Monday through Friday
- 10 AM – 1 PM Saturday
On election day, Tuesday, Nov. 6th, the office will be open all day.
Burke County GOP Reagan Day Dinner
Date: Saturday, October 27th
Location: Community House, 120 North King Street, Morganton, NC 28655 (Directions)
Time: 5pm reception – Meet and Greet the Candidates
5:50pm Program Begins
Mark Meadows will speak first
NC Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby will speak after dinner
State and Local candidates will also have time to speak
Cost: Tickets are $25 a person, Table Sponsors can reserve a table for 8 for $200
Please use the form below to RSVP.
Please make sure you have the following information noted on your calendar:
- October 18, 2012 – One-stop absentee voting begins.
- October 30, 2012 – Last day to request absentee ballots in writing.
- November 3, 2012 – One-stop absentee voting ends.
- November 5, 2012, 5pm – Absentee ballots must be received in County Board of Election offices by 5:00 p.m. If mailed, returned absentee ballots will still be timely if postmarked on or before Election Day, and received no later than 5:00 pm on November 9, 2012.
- November 6, 2012 – General Election Day – polls open 6:30am – 7:30pm
Press Release from the RNC after the audio of an Obama speech was posted online.
Good morning, while Governor Romney talks about promoting personal responsibility and hard work, promising to deliver recovery, President Obama believes in redistribution and government dependency.
- Obama In 1998: “I Actually Believe In Redistribution”
- Mitt Romney USA Today Op-ed: “I’ll Deliver Recovery, Not Dependency”
Obama In 1998: “I Actually Believe In Redistribution”
Obama: “Let me just close by saying as we think about the policy research surrounding the issues that I just named, the policy research for the working poor, broadly defined. I think that what we are going to have to do is somehow resuscitate the notion that government action can be effective at all. There has been a systematic – I don’t think it’s too strong to call it a propaganda campaign against the possibility of government action and its efficacy. And I think some of it has been deserved. Chicago Housing Authority has not been a model of good policymaking. And neither necessarily have been the Chicago Public Schools. What that means that as we try to resuscitate this notion that we’re all in this together, leave nobody behind. We do have to be innovative in thinking how – what are the delivery systems that are actually effective and meet people where they live? And my suggestion I guess would be that the trick – and this is one of the few areas where I think there are technical issues that have to be dealt with as opposed to just political issues. I think the trick is figuring out how do we structure government systems that pool resources and hence, facilitate some redistribution because I actually believe in redistribution, at least at a certain level to make sure everybody’s got a shot.” (State Senator Barack Obama, Remarks At Loyola University Panel, Chicago, IL, 10/19/98)
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Not Authorized By Any Candidate Or Candidate’s Committee
Under President Obama, 53,500 jobs have been lost in North Carolina, the unemployment rate has increased to 9.6%, over 580,00 people are on food stamps, and gas prices have increased by $1.88/gallon.
There is no question North Carolinians are not better off under President Obama. Governor Romney’s plan for a stronger middle class would create 355,000 jobs in North Carolina by the end of his first term. Find out how at http://www.mittromney.com/JobComparison.
ROMNEY CAMPAIGN LAUNCHES ONLINE STATE ECONOMIC REPORTS
To View This Press Release Online, Click Here: http://mi.tt/PxWYPy
Boston, MA – Today, the Romney for President campaign released a new candidate comparison tool on MittRomney.com, which enables voters to learn more about the economic situation in their state. Despite the President’s empty rhetoric of recovery, the reality is that the Obama Administration has presided over the worst economic recovery since the Great Depression.
“After four years of disappointment, President Obama hasn’t delivered on the economic prosperity that he promised,” said Mitt Romney. “Now Americans can see exactly how the failures of this President’s economic record have impacted their state. I’ve got a plan to turn this economy around, and this tool will allow voters to see exactly how my Plan for a Stronger Middle Class will benefit their community, creating more jobs and more take-home pay for every American.”
After generating their state’s economic report, voters will be given the opportunity to share those results with their friends, family and co-workers online.
The new candidate comparison tool is available at: http://www.MittRomney.com/JobComparison
We are using our Facebook page to get out information on our Republican candidates for the election in November 2012!
North Carolina 11th Congressional District Republican Candidates Forum
Tuesday, March 27, 2012 D
Doors open at 6 pm Forum begins at 7 pm
City of Morganton Municipal Auditorium
401 College St. Morganton, NC 28655
Entrance is FREE ~ Hosted by Burke County Republican Party
More information: 828-448-7206
Candidates Attending: Spence Campbell, Susan Harris, Jeff Hunt, Mark Meadows, Vance Patterson, Chris Petrella, Kenny West, Ethan Wingfield
If you can’t attend the NC-11 Republican Congressional Candidate forum for some reason, there are a few options if you still want to listen in!
CoMPAS will broadcast the forum live on Channel 2. Also, WMNC “The Big Dawg” 92.1 FM will broadcast live AND will livestream the forum online.
To listen online, go here: http://www.bigdawg92fm.com/Home/home.html then click on the “LISTEN LIVE” button (on the left side below the menu buttons).