Primary Elections Today - Go vote!


Correction from yesterday's alert--Vote Greg Brannon for US Senate (NOT Richard Burr).

Okay, folks.  This is it.  Tomorrow is voting day and, if you haven’t taken advantage of early voting, we need you TO GET OUT AND VOTE.  No excuses!  We have a list of excellent candidates that have proven to be pro-gun/pro-freedom and they need to be in leadership roles across the state.  Staying home and not voting for these candidates is, for all intent and purposes, a no vote that we cannot afford.  Are you willing to pay the cost of allowing anti-gun politicians taking away our constitutional rights and freedoms?

Voting instructions:  Tomorrow, the polls are open between 6:30 AM and 7:30 PM.  This allows plenty of time before or after work to go vote.  Click here to go to the NC Board of Elections website to find your polling place.

A recap of our candidate recommendations
Below are recommendations for effective voting strategies by the Grass Roots North Carolina Political Victory Fund. Candidate recommendations, which are more limited than blanket “endorsements,” are not made in all races, only in races where a clear pro-gun candidate stands out or where strategic voting is necessary to keep anti-gun candidates out of office.

Recommendations differ from GRNC candidate evaluations. While the evaluations are intended to provide an objective measure of where candidates stand on Second Amendment issues, GRNC–PVF recommendations are analytical and therefore subject to interpretation. For a full explanation of GRNC’s objective star evaluations, go to:


US President (R): Ted Cruz
US Senate (R): Greg Brannon

US House:
District 2 (R): Renée Ellmers
District 3 (R): Walter Jones
District 4 (R): Sue Gooch
District 5 (R): Virginia Foxx
District 6 (R): Mark Walker
District 7 (R): David Rouzer
District 9 (R): Robert Pittenger

North Carolina Governor (R): Pat McCrory
NC Governor (D): Ken Spaulding
North Carolina Attorney General (R): Buck Newton
North Carolina Agriculture Commissioner (R): Andy Stevens

NC Senate:
District 11 (R): Rick Horner
District 31 (R): Joyce Krawiek
District 33 (R): Kathy Dunn
District 35 (R): Tommy Tucker
District 36 (R): Parish Moffitt
District 44 (R): David Curtis
District 45 (R): Ken Boham
District 48 (R): Lisa Baldwin

NC House:
District 6 (R): Beverly Boswell
District 28 (R): Gregory Dail
District 36 (R): Mark Villee
District 53 (R): Chuck Levorse
District 67 (R): Justin Burr
District 73 (R): Dwight Shook
District 77 (R): Andrew Poston
District 82 (R): Larry Pittman
District 87 (R): Destin Hall
District 91 (R): Ira Tilley
District 92 (R): Tom Davis
District 93 (R): Jonathan Jordan
District 95 (R): David Thompson
District 105 (R): Scott Stone
District 113 (R): Cody Henson
District 115 (R): Bob Chilmonik
District 119 (R): Mike Clampitt
District 120 (R): Elliot Southworth


  • VOTE! - Polls are open between 6:30AM and 7:30PM.  Click here to see where your polling place is located.
  • Larry Pittman needs your help: Larry Pittman is running for NC House, District 82, and needs volunteers to assist his campaign at the polling places.  Mr. Pittman is one of GRNC's highest rated candidates and and could use all the help we can give him.  You can contact him at his home phone number (704-782-3528) or his cell (704-792-5633)


Candidate Evaluations
CLICK HERE for an explanation of GRNC candidate evaluations, and to access the evaluations themselves
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Candidate Recommendations
CLICK HERE to view GRNC candidate recommendations
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As evidenced here , candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction, Mark Johnson, is shaping up to be a minion of anti-gun carpetbagger, Michael Bloomberg. If you "follow the money" and draw logical conclusions:  



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