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Mission Statement 

The North Carolina Federation of Republican Women’s (NCFRW) mission is to positively impact our state and nation, while strengthening our Republican Party through recruiting, educating, training, supporting, and electing Republicans.

NCFRW has designed a beautiful 100% silk scarf featuring our seal in the center and edged with a graceful blue scroll interspersed with dogwood, our state flower. 

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Save these dates:

  • June 8-11: NCGOP State Convention, Koury Convention Center in Greensboro.
  • September 28 - October 1: NFRW 42nd Biennial Convention, Omni Hotel and Oklahoma City Convention Center, Oklahoma City, OK.
  • November 3 - 4: NCFRW Fall Board Meeting, TBD
Officers for 2023 - 2025 Elected

At our 18th Biennial Convention, the following NCFRW officers were elected for the next two years:

  • Kay Wildt - President, Moore RW
  • Stephanie Broughton - Coastal Region VP, Crystal Coast RWC 
  • Jackie Weyhenmeyer - Capital Region VP, Sandhills RW in Action 
  • Gay Dillard - Central Region VP, Davie County RWC
  • Erica Vedeikis - Foothills Region VP, Rowan County RW 
  • Antoinette Wall - Mountain Region VP, Ashe County RW
  • Pam Keller -Treasurer, WR of Cleveland County
  • Ann James - Assistant Treasurer, Triangle RWC 
  • Sarah Wetherby - Secretary, RW of Cary & SW Wake 
  • Michele Nix - Assistant Secretary, Crystal Coast RWC​

Notes on Sex Abuse in NC Schools by A.P. Dillon

NCFRW was honored to have A.P. (Andrea) Dillon of the North State Journal as our luncheon keynote speaker on Saturday, May 6, in Charlotte.

Andrea's research into sex abuse in NC schools was shocking, and many members asked for us to share the notes from her speech on her research, the
process to remove an offender, the current status of legislation to address the problems, and to join in supporting remedies.

Also important is support for Republican leaders, like Catherine Truitt, NC Supt. of Public Instruction, and legislators, like Rep. John Torbett, who are taking actions to protect students. With Andrea's permission, you can see her notes here.