North Carolina Will Retain all 72 Delegates to the National Convention

A.J. Daoud

Press Release

A.J. Daoud proud that North Carolina will retain all 72 delegates to the Republican National Convention

For Immediate Release

Pilot Mountain, NC – July 31, 2015:  After traveling thousands of miles and giving over 50 speeches urging Republicans to call on their legislators to take the steps necessary to ensure North Carolina retains their 72 delegates to the Republican National Convention, A.J. Daoud is happy to share that the legislature has listened. Rep David Lewis recently announced that the chambers have come to an agreement that would protect the delegate count. Thanks to the work of Senator Rucho and Senator Brock in addition to Representative David Lewis for helping facilitate this agreement.

“This is a victory for everybody in the North Carolina Republican Party. Grassroots activists spent countless hours making phone calls, knocking doors, hosting events and working behind the scenes to ensure that Republicans gained seats from the U.S. Senate to the Town Council’s across the Old North State. I’m proud of the work we did and I am happy that we are able to remain a top target state in 2016.” Daoud Remarked. “As a benefit, the State of North Carolina will see substantial resources spent in our economy and our State can boast of a significant number of delegates, alternates and guests representing North Carolina on the national stage in Cleveland, OH next summer.”

North Carolina will have the 6th most delegates of any state going into the Republican National Convention in 2016. The recent changes allow North Carolina to retain all 72 delegates to the RNC in a winner take all primary.

7/24 Sen. Dan Soucek News Letter

N.C. Senator Dan Souceck (R)
N.C. Senator Dan Souceck (R)


Senator Dan Soucek

North Carolina District 45

Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Caldwell & Watauga  

Upholding Opportunity Scholarships

On Thursday, the North Carolina Supreme Court ruled the opportunity scholarship program – passed by the General Assembly in 2013 to provide scholarships for low-income students to attend the school of their choice – is constitutional.  The court’s ruling is the final decision in the case.

Last school year, opportunity scholarships were awarded to 1,200 students attending 224 schools all across North Carolina.  Over 1,100 of these students have reapplied, joining the 4,800 applicants for the coming school year.  Both the House and Senate budget proposals have allocated more than $17 million for the opportunity scholarship program next year.

With its decision, the Supreme Court reaffirmed that education in North Carolina is about our children and their future.  The ruling makes clear that parents – not education bureaucrats or politicians – ought to be able to choose the educational pathway best suited to their children’s needs, and it empowers thousands of low-income families across the state to make that important choice.

Selecting our Next President

This week the Senate unanimously approved a bill to move our state’s presidential primary to March 15, ensuring North Carolina voters will play a key role in selecting our nation’s next president.  The bill allows voters in both the Republican and Democrat primaries to select their candidates of choice far earlier than under the old system, which will dramatically increase our state’s influence on the presidential election.  North Carolina is the ninth largest state in America and has been the site of some of the country’s closest presidential races in the last two election cycles.  This bill will make sure the voice of our voters is at the forefront of the national discussion.


Meet Your Elected Official Picnic Event

Meet your Elected Officials Picnic at the Mulberry Recreation Center.  Free ice-cream from our gargantuan fresh ice cream making machine until we run out of ice cream.  Patriotic music with our PA system.  Games for kids.  Food will be provided at $7 per adult & $4 per child.  1/3 lb. Black Angus hamburger and all beef hot dogs with slaw, potato salad, potato chips, watermelon, Ice tea & lemonade with all the fixings.  Come on out and enjoy meeting the people you vote into office.
Saturday, August 15, 2015 from 4pm to 7pm
Mulberry Recreation Center
720 Mulberry Street SW, Lenoir NC 28645
(Blue Covered Pavilion to the right of the building near the Bridge.)
NCGA House Rep. George Robinson, NCGA Senator Dan Soucek, District Attorney David Learner, Commissioners, School Board Members, Sheriff, and others will be on hand at this picnic.
All citizens interested in meeting their elected officials are invited, regardless of their political party affiliation (or non-affiliation).
A “non-partisan” event hosted by the Caldwell County Republican Party.

New Face Book Group: Caldwell County Republican Party


Yes everyone!  We now have a newly published facebook group and it is  official and will be used for information spreading and Republican Party business.   Please consider joining our group if you are on facebook.  It is called,  “Caldwell County Republican Party” facebook group.   I have a feeling that it will be way more powerful then this site but the two combined will definitely help our party in NC and in Caldwell County.  Thanks for being a Patriot and a Republican.  Sincerely!!!!

Steve Bogdan 2nd V. Chairman


I hope this post finds you well and enjoying your summer.   As a reminder and to those who have not heard that we do not have our normal Executive Republican Party meeting nor the Men and Women’s Club meetings during the month of July.  If you are new to this site, please consider signing up on the right side column of this website and get connected to your party.  We do not sell or give out your information to anyone and it is for party business only.  I hope to see all y’all at the Blackberry Festival in down town Lenoir on July 11th Sat.  You will be welcome at our tent.   Please stay and chat with us when you visit.  Thanks and May God Bless America!