September 2020 Newsletter

Cabarrus Republicans,

We hope you saw our President give his acceptance speech on Thursday night! Sleepy Joe was only capable of being up on his stage for 22 minutes and some pundits suspect that it was recorded in multiple sessions and stitched together. Our guy spoke for well over an hour. What was the number one comment I read on Twitter from my favorite cry-baby liberals? That the speech was way too long. I think a few of them were up past their bedtimes! And the firework show after… President Trump sure made Governor Cooper sorry he kicked the convention out of North Carolina! We might have had fireworks; but I doubt it would have been that kind of show!

Closer to home, our future Governor has gone on the offensive and is holding multiple rallies every weekend. The judge candidates are zig-zagging across the state and your local and state legislative candidates are zig-zagging across their districts meeting with as many folks as possible. Unfortunately, our political-science based restrictions continue to make this very difficult!

Our GOP office has been open for a few weeks now and we are selling out of merchandise almost weekly. Anytime one of your leadership stops into the office for even just a few minutes, inevitably, several people show up to purchase their Trump gear and get information on other candidates. Currently we are open from 3-6 PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We will be adding more hours and days VERY soon.

Remember my plea to you from last month? I sure hope you have done item one so far…that is the easy one! You also need to be working on the second item now. Make sure you are telling your friends about the judge races as there are so so pivotal!!! In case you don’t remember my plea and your plan of action here they are again: 1) make a pledge right now to vote either absentee, early, or on election day. There are ZERO excuses for not voting with all these opportunities available. 2) make a pledge to make 6 friends accountable just like I am making you accountable. Tell them about the most important races on the ballot, the State Legislative races and the Judge races…more on that later. 3) Volunteer to help the party out. It doesn’t matter if it is 30 minutes or 30 hours, the party needs YOU. See the volunteer section below for more information

We hear all the time about this being the most important election of our lifetime and I cannot restate that enough here. There are 10 races that are even more important than normal. Your two State Legislative seats and the eight judge seats. We must ensure Republican victories in those 10 seats. We want a clean sweep; but those are by far the MOST important. The Legislature will be tasked with post census redistricting next summer and Democrats in charge of redistricting could result in 10 years of Democrat control of everything in North Carolina. Notice they have gone silent on a non-partisan redistricting commission lately, that is because they think they are going to win and the redistricting commission is no longer good for them!

Once again here is the link for the statewide candidates and the judges so you may share with your friends:

Finally, our Vice Chairwoman is defiantly on the mend after her accident. She is out of the wheel chair and walking with a walker or cane. It is a little slow getting to where she needs to go and is definitely not running a marathon anytime soon; however, after the extent of her injury and surgery, by the grace of God, I find it impressive that she is doing as well as she is doing. She wants to make sure she is fully ready for this victory in November!

Executive Committee Meeting
Tuesday, August 1st at 7 pm

Due to the current restrictions the Executive Committee meeting will be held via a hybrid format. The Executive Committee will be meeting in person; however, we are asking that any registered Republicans that wish to join us do so via the dial in information found below.

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

You can also dial in using your phone. (For supported devices, tap a one-touch number below to join instantly.)

United States (Toll Free): 1 877 309 2073
One-touch: tel:+18773092073,,282463293#

United States: +1 (646) 749-3129
One-touch: tel:+16467493129,,282463293#

Access Code: 282-463-293

New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts:

General Meeting

Due to the extended Executive Order, this meeting has been canceled. We hope to resume regular meetings in October.

Cabarrus County Republican Men’s Club
Follow the Facebook page for information on upcoming meetings and events.

For further information contact Jack Lambert 704-668-7601

Cabarrus County Republican Women's Club
Follow the Facebook page for information on upcoming meetings and events.

For further information contact Barbara Strang 704-796-3771

Our office is now OPEN
GOP Office hours are Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 6 PM.

Come by and get your Trump yard sign, your baseball hats, bumper stickers, and lots more. We have yard signs for local candidates and some state wide candidates as well. WE will be continuing to acquire yard signs and other campaign materials over the next weeks.


96 McGill Ave NW
Concord, NC 28027
United States
Google Map & Directions

Vice Chairwoman Brown is also looking for volunteers to staff office hours. If you can help her for an afternoon or two or 20, let her know. If Tuesdays and Thursdays do not work for you, let her know what days do. We are looking to add hours very soon and your availability may dictate what days we add. Her number is 704-467-4321 (please leave a message) or email [email protected]

Volunteer opportunities
There are lots of upcoming volunteer opportunities and we appreciate all of you who have reached out so far to ensure a landslide Republican victory in November. If you have clicked the volunteer button on our website and have not heard back from us please e-mail, text, or call Vice Chairwoman Anita Brown. If you are available and have not clicked the button do the same. Take a look at the list below and let Anita know where you would like to help. We might just start calling you. You are better to volunteer rather than to be voluntold!

We will be looking for volunteers for the following activities currently or in the near future:

  • Office staffing
  • Door knocking
  • Making phone calls
  • Early voting poll workers
  • Election Day poll workers
  • Poll observers
  • Delivery driver
  • Voter registration
  • General help

Vice Chairwoman Anita Brown
Cell 704-467-4321 (call or text)
email [email protected]

Online Donations
The Cabarrus County Republican Party is now ready to accept your donations online. The party will need to raise lots of money over the next few months to help our great candidates and to keep Cabarrus RED! Click on the big red button above or go to to get started.

Absentee and voter Registration Information
Many people may have never voted absentee and are looking for instruction on exactly how it works. If you are sitting on the fence of absentee vs in-person voting, go-ahead and request an absentee form. You can always vote in-person and simply destroy your absentee ballot. PLEASE DO NOT VOTE BOTH AS THAT IS THE VERY VOTER FRAUD WE ARE FIGHTING AS A PARTY!

The link below will take you to the form that must be completed and returned to the Board of Elections. Many of your questions will be answered directly on the form and it is self-explanatory.


The request form may be emailed, faxed, delivered in person, or mailed by the U.S. Postal Service or other designated delivery service (DHL, FedEx, or UPS) to the voter's county board of elections. The request can be sent now through 5pm on October 27th.


[email protected]



In Person

Cabarrus County BOE
369 Church St N
Concord, NC 28025

US Postal or Delivery service

Cabarrus County BOE
PO Box 1315
Concord, NC 28025

If you need to change your registration or register to vote, you may use the link below to download a voter registration form. You may submit a voter registration form for newly registered or changes with the absentee request as long as it is received by October 9th to the Board of Elections. You also must mail or deliver personally voter registration changes.


If you have additional questions, the Board of Elections phone number is 704-920-2020 or you a may email them at [email protected] and they would be happy to assist.

Save the Dates
List of important dates for you to mark for the next few months.

September 1st – Executive Committee Meeting 7 pm
September 29th – Executive Committee Meeting (This is October's Executive Committee Meeting) 7 pm
October 1st – General Membership Meeting 7 pm
November 3rd – General Election
November 5th – Executive Committee Meeting 5 pm (before the dinner)
November 5th – Membership Meeting/ Volunteer Appreciation Dinner 7pm
December 1st – Executive Committee Meeting 7 pm
December 3rd – Membership Meeting 7 pm 

Committees are established. If you wish to serve on a committee please send an email to Anita expressing your interest in doing so. We welcome registered Republicans to help with Events, Programs, and Precinct Development Committees as well as CabGOP office staffing. Training will be available for selected campaign activities. Keep checking for more information as NC reopens!

Let us know how and when you would be available to help! We are going to need “All hands-on deck” as the election season proceeds!