NC GOP District 11 Executive Meeting, May 10th

 NC11 Executive Committee meeting — VENUE CHANGE!

May 10th — The Cascades — Hendersonville (same location as April meeting)  behind World of Clothing
5:30 pm dinner (Cost $20 cash or check)
6:30 pm meeting
Zoom option
Evite coming today! Watch your email!
ALL Registered Republicans WELCOME!!

A live training session for Precinct Chairs.

To all Administrative Personnel: Ex. Board Members, Team Leaders, Precinct Chair Persons, and any GOP Family Member)
Greetings to All,

On May 8th, 2021 The Buncombe County GOP will be hosting a live training session for Precinct Chairs.

This training has been recommended for anyone interested, including Board Members and Team Leaders. Mr. David Sawyer will be conducting the training session live at the Buncombe County GOP Headquarters in Asheville NC. The address is 18G Regent Park Blvd Asheville, NC 28806.  This is just off of Patton Ave. behind the old DENNY’S Restaurant, adjacent to SAM’S CLUB.

The meeting will be in-person, with a ZOOM Meeting option.

BCGOP will send out a link to the meeting 1 hour before the meeting begins.

Please find the meeting list on the website in our calendar.

Please RSVP through the link provided and add any pluses you are bringing

The truth about an Article V Constitutional Convention

The article below explains why NC HJR 172 is a very BAD idea. HJR 172

“It is idiotic to assert that you can rein in a federal government which ignores the Constitution by amending the Constitution! – Publius Huldah.

Article V of the U.S. Constitution

The Congress, whenever two thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose amendments to this Constitution, or, on the application of the legislatures of two thirds of the several states, shall call a convention for proposing amendments, which, in either case, shall be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of this Constitution, when ratified by the legislatures of three fourths of the several states, or by conventions in three fourths thereof, as the one or the other mode of ratification may be proposed by the Congress; provided that no amendment which may be made prior to the year one thousand eight hundred and eight shall in any manner affect the first and fourth clauses in the ninth section of the first article; and that no state, without its consent, shall be deprived of its equal suffrage in the Senate.

As anyone can read there are no rules, regulations, guide lines, etc. on how to run a Constitutional Convention. NO GUARANTEES. Anything can happen. Do any of you really want to take a chance of losing the Constitution as it now stands? The possible lost of the Bill of Rights? Again, there are NO GUARANTEES as to what we will get if, a Constitutional Convention is convened.

Fremont V Brown III

To learn more about an Article V see this video

And this webpage

US Congress H. R. 1- unconstitutional mandates on the states.

H. R. 1 To expand Americans’ access to the ballot box, reduce the influence of big money in politics, strengthen ethics rules for public servants, and implement other anti-corruption measures for the purpose of fortifying our democracy, and for other purposes.  Complete text of H.R. 1

H.R. 1 federalizes and micromanages the election process administered by the states, imposing unnecessary, unwise, and unconstitutional mandates on the states.  What The Heritage Foundation says about H.R. 1 – a must read.



Graham County GOP for their County Precinct meetings

“Please join the Graham County GOP for their County Precinct meetings on February 18th at 4:00 PM, by conference call. To register for the convention, precinct delegates and other interested parties should email the Graham County Republican Party at: You can can also register by texting 828-516-7584 or by mail at GCGOP PO Box – 1757 Robbinsville, NC 28771. Once registered, interested parties will receive a toll free number and access code to attend the convention, along with instruction.” – Steve Odom, (828) 516-7584

Senator Kevin Corbin January 23, 2021 Facebook Post

FACTS. I tell you the way it is. Straight up.

Many of us in the General Assembly are getting calls from county health directors, hospital leaders, and constituents about problems with the COVID-19 vaccine distribution. After speaking with many of you, DHHS, and the NC Healthcare Association, this is our understanding of the situation:

NC gets a weekly shipment of 120,000 first dose vaccines from the federal government.

As you are all aware of by now, NC has been one of the slowest states in the country to document vaccine distribution (data entry or “data lag” is a huge issue and likely explains most of the issue).

We believe – due to recent negative press coverage and a desire to move NC up in the vaccine distribution rankings – DHHS is holding two mass vaccination events: this week at the Charlotte Motor Speedway and next week at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.

DHHS has also designated about a dozen high-throughput sites that have done a good job of quickly administering larger allotments and entering data into the DHHS system.

Next week, of NC’s 120,000 first dose shipment, 40,000 doses are being diverted to the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The result? Every vaccine site will receive fewer doses, including the high-throughput sites, and many locations will receive zero doses next week – and likely the following week too. Specific example: My home county of Macon is scheduled to get 2250 doses of vaccine for this coming week. They have 2250 people scheduled and were just told they are only getting 200 doses. The other 2050 doses have been diverted to Mecklenburg County. NO SIR NO MAAM. That is unacceptable. Note: we are talking about first dose vaccines here, not second doses. The second dose shipments are supposed to mirror the first dose shipments from 3-4 weeks prior (depending on if they are Pfizer or Moderna vaccines). In other words, if your county received 100 Moderna vaccines 4 weeks ago, it should receive 100 second dose Moderna vaccines this week.

DHHS plans to move the dial back towards “an equitable geographic distribution” following the two mass vaccination events in Charlotte over the next two weeks.

I have been involved in sending two letters to the governor and the secretary of Health and Human Services expressing my concern about vaccine distribution. I have joined with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle and expressing this. As you may know I’m the chairman of the western mountain caucus in the General assembly. Today I joined with many of my fellow legislators on both sides of the aisle in mailing a letter to the governor and the secretary expressing concern. Thanks to Senator Julia Mayfield (D-Buncombe) for helping me get this letter out from our Western delegation.

Please understand that the decisions about the vaccine have been made entirely by the department of health and human services without input from the legislature. This week we will express our desire for more equitable distribution to our rural areas. Believe me I am fighting for Western NC. What just happened is simply unacceptable.