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NMRW is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government as well as informing the public through political education and activity. NMRW supports local charities to better our community and to increase awareness of the Republican Party
We are an active (and fun) evening club of Republican women in Mecklenburg County who meet in the SouthPark area the Third Tuesday of every month. Come hear interesting speakers and discuss issues facing our community. Our purpose is to become educated on current local issues, promote involvement in our community, and to support local Republican efforts. Of Course Men are Welcome!
President- Amanda Brown
The members in CMRW are passionate about improving the quality of life through active participation in electing leaders who share our Republican values. Please join us as we work to elect Republican leaders in our community, state, and nation.
President- Victoria Nwasike
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From the Chairman's Desk: Greetings from your Mecklenburg Country Republican Party Chair. In this inaugural post I bring news that your Party is strong and growing stronger! We have had an extremely busy 2017 thus far with a precinct meeting, County, District and State Conventions, and our Lincoln Reagan Day Dinner. None
July 15, 2017 Super Saturday
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools has hit pause on new rules that would have given transgender students access to school bathrooms and locker rooms based on the gender they identify with, Superintendent Ann Clark said Thursday. Read more here.