WHY JOIN? www.ncfrw.com

The North Carolina Federation of Republican Women provides an avenue of political involvement for women
who share the Republican philosophy. NCFRW is committed to providing the education and information to
better prepare our members on the issues of the day, and the tools to be more effective in the challenges
As a member of the North Carolina Federation of Republican Women
YOU have exclusive access to newsletters that include member club communication, offering the
opportunity to become involved throughout the state and learn from professional volunteer leaders.
YOU have exclusive access to political education materials on campaigning, raising funds, building
membership and planning programs.
YOU have exclusive access to NCFRW board meetings, workshops and educational opportunities.
YOU are part of an organization that encourages the recruitment, development and support of
qualified Republican candidates, both men and women.
YOU are part of a talent bank of Republican women available to serve in elective or appointive
Seven great reasons to join NCFRW
You’re Connected
NCFRW membership in the National Federation of Republican Women makes you part of the largest
women’s political organization in the United States. Tens of thousands of women throughout the
nation benefit from this partnership.
You’re Local
You will be a part of a local club in local communities, cities and counties throughout the state. The
North Carolina Federation of Republican Women, organized in 1953, is an autonomous affiliate of the
North Carolina Republican Party.
You’re With Friends
We’re your next door neighbor, doing his or her part to ensure a strong tomorrow for America. Local
and regional leadership directly influences the state organization. Members of the NCFRW will be
campaigners, state legislators, precinct committeemen and women, door-to-door canvassers,
campaign managers and community leaders.
Our Goals are Clear
Unite the Republican women of North Carolina into an active, constructive organization to sustain and
grow the Republican Party; support the Republican National and State Committee initiatives and work
for the election of the Republican Party nominees; encourage, promote and educate Republican
women to run for elected office, make a real and direct impact on our local communities through our
service and leadership.
It’s Convenient
Each individual organization chooses a meeting time and place that is best for its members. This
varies with each community. The strength of the NCFRW lies in the autonomy of the local club. The
North Carolina Federation holds three statewide meetings each year in diverse areas throughout the
state to bring together our members and share political briefings, educational workshops and valuable
opportunity to interact with other Republican women from across the state.
It’s Effective
When you join us, you WILL influence government. As part of the largest women’s political
organization in the state, you have generations of wisdom to rely on in affecting your community and
the political process that defines it. Best of all, it links you with other men and women who share your
desire to make the world a better place…people you’ll be proud to call friends.
It’s Easy!
We’d be delighted to receive your phone call or email.
Or you may simply email [email protected], and a NCFRW officer will contact you.
Membership in the North Carolina Federation of Republican Women is comprised of registered Republican
Women in Clubs across the State of North Carolina. Currently there are over 57 North Carolina clubs with
over 2400+ members. There are five Regional Vice Presidents – Coastal Capital, Central, Foothills and
Our clubs are involved in campaigns, issue advocacy, political education and candidate recruitment. Our
members are always excited to mentor new members, so that the knowledge they have can be passed to a
new generation of Republican Women.
Helen Pannullo, VP Coastal Region
[email protected] 910-579-5533
Brunswick County RW
Columbus County RWC
Craven County RWC
Crystal Coast RWC (Carteret)
Dare County RW
East Carolina RW
Greater Greenville RW
Lower Cape Fear RWC (New Hanover)
Onslow County RWC
RW of Pitt County
Tar River RWC (Edgecombe County)
Linda Arnold, VP Capitol Region
[email protected] 919-593-4648
Alamance RW of NC
Cumberland County RW
Fayetteville RWC (Cumberland)
Johnston County RWC
RW of Cary & Southwestern Wake County
RW of Chapel Hill (Orange)
RW of Lee County
Robeson County RW
Scotland County RWC
Triangle RWC (Durham)
Wake County RWC
Anne Huggins, VP Foothills Region
[email protected] 704-827-3350
Cabarrus RW
Catawba County RW
Catawba County League of RW
Charlotte Mecklenburg RW
East Lincoln RWC
Gaston County RWC
Mecklenburg Evening RW
North Mecklenburg RW
RW of Greater Cabarrus
Stanly County RWC
Sweet Union RWC (Union)
Women Republicans of Cleveland County
Cornelia Groce, VP Central Region
[email protected] 336-813-6915
Alexander County RW
Davidson County RWC
Forsyth County RWC
Great State RW
Greater Greensboro RWC (Guilford)
High Point RWC (Guilford)
Iredell County RWC
Moore RW
Randolph County RWC
Rockingham County RWC
RW in Action/Taylorsville (Alexander)
Surry-Stokes RWC
Wake Up RWC (Guilford)
Wilkes County RWC
Betty Budd, VP Mountain Region
[email protected] 828-676-0497
Appalachian RW (Mitchell)
Blue Ridge RW (Buncombe)
Buncombe County RW
Caldwell County RWC
Foothills RWC (Burke)
Gem Country RWC (Macon)
Henderson County RWC
Mountain High RW (Macon, Jackson & Transylvania)
Polk County RWC
Smoky Mountain RW
Watauga County RWC