RALEIGH, NC — Due to the national health emergency caused by the outbreak of the COVID-19 Virus, commonly known as the Coronavirus, the North Carolina Republican Party has rescheduled its annual State Republican Convention to June 4-7 in Greenville, North Carolina.
Since early last week, NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley and NCGOP Staff have been in constant communications with the Greenville Convention Center, our host hotels in Greenville and our other vendors about the conditions of the COVID-19 Virus Outbreak in North Carolina and the potential need for us to move the convention back from our original May 14-17 schedule.
NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley issued the following statement: “Taking into account the safety of our attendees, and in light of the numerous State, Local, and Federal regulations implemented in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the NCGOP, our hosts and our vendors have made the mutual decision to move the Convention date back. We are grateful for the support from our hosts and vendors and pleased to announce that all hotel reservations and ticket purchases made to date will be honored by both the hotels and the NCGOP. We look forward to welcoming Republicans from all across North Carolina to Greenville and having our most successful Convention ever.”
WHO: Republican Delegates
WHAT: NCGOP State Convention
WHEN: June 4-7, 2020
WHERE: Greenville Convention Center – Greenville, NC
WHY: Elect RNC Committeeman and Committeewoman, Elect RNC Delegates
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