"Freedom is not the sole prerogative of a chosen few, but the universal right of all God's children." Ronald Reagan, 1985
Sophie's Grill & Bar
2734 NC-55, Cary, NC
Please join us as we welcome 2 guest speakers!
Elizabeth Harris, author of
Thirteen Ballots: The Manufactured Scandal that Overturned an Election
Research Fellow at Locke’s Civitas Center for Public Integrity
Check in begins at 11:00, Meeting begins at 11:30 A.M.
Set price Limited Menu Lunch:
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Elizabeth (Beth) Harris is the author of Thirteen Ballots: The Manufactured Scandal that Overturned an Election. She lived the story of North Carolina’s Ninth District Congressional race intimately as the wife of Congressman-Elect Mark Harris. Beth is also a middle school teacher, with a B. S. in middle school education from Appalachian State University. Beth currently teaches 8th grade United States history at Metrolina Christian Academy outside Charlotte. She and Mark are the parents of three children who are now grown and married. They are the proud grandparents of 10 grandchildren.
As a Research Fellow at Locke’s Civitas Center for Public Integrity, Jim focuses on government compliance with the law and best practices, particularly as it pertains to election policy. Jim’s primary focus for the Center for Public Integrity is conducting research on election integrity, analysis of election data, and good governance practices on the state and local level.
Before joining Locke, Jim worked with several members of the North Carolina General Assembly; assisting with Boards and Commissions, researching, and drafting of policy at the state Legislature.
Stirling earned his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from William Peace University in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Desi received a Tribute to Women award at the fall NCFRW meeting in Lexington, NC. Thank you, Desi, for all you do!
Congratulations to our newly elected!
Outging RWCSW president Emanuela Prister and incoming RWCSW president Toni Mascherin present a check to John Turner, Executive Director of Veterens Life Center at the December meeting.
NC State Treasurer Dale Folwell informed and entertained the club at our December meeting.
Thank you to everyone who helped in so many ways on the campaign trail!
$45 annually (full membership)
$30 annually (associate membership for men or members of other Federated Clubs)
Why We Are Here!
Here is our Mission Statement.
The Republican Women of Cary and Southwestern Wake
The purpose of the club’s membership shall be to:
1. Increase the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government.
2. Disseminate information to all State Federations and local units. [NFRW]
3. Inform the public through political education and activity.
4. Foster loyalty to the Republican Party at all levels of government.
5. Promote the principles of the Republican Party.
6. Work for Republican candidates in all elections, including nonpartisan elections.
7. Support the objectives and policies of the Republican National Committee.
8. Perform any lawful activity not inconsistent with the foregoing.
The first luncheon of the Republican Women of Cary was held in November 1992. The organization became a member of the North Carolina Federation of Republican Women in 1993.
Membership in the Republican Women of Cary & Southwestern Wake gives you membership in the North Carolina Federation of Republican Women and the National Federation of Republican Women.
Objectives of the Club
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P.O. Box 1593, Cary, NC 27512