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.

 Pat C Smith
NCFRW President
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President: Pat C Smith (Gaston RW)
Mountain VP: Kathy Flett (Gem Country RW)
Foothills VP: Suzanne Riley (Gaston RW)
Capitol VP: Kay Wildt (Moore RW)
Central VP: Kelly Gallimore (Davidson RW)
Coastal VP: Michele Nix (East Carolina RW)
Secretary: Ceil Wasserman (East Carolina RW)
Assistant Secretary: Doris Hawkins (Henderson County RW)
Treasurer: Sarah Wetherby (Wake RW)
Assistant Treasurer: Kathy Hildreth (Gem Country RW)
2019-2021 NCFRW Officers
Does your area have a club to join? Can you help us form a new club? Can you help us reactivate your area? Republican Women are answering the call to return our state and nation to a constitutionally based republic. We can take back America one Republican Woman at a time. Contact NCFRW today!​

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August 24-27
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North Carolina Federation of Republican Women
2020 Legislative Day
North Carolina needs conservative judges.

Judicial races are more important than ever. Democrats have a 6-1 majority on the North Carolina Supreme Court. That's six judicial activists and only one conservative protecting your constitutional rights.

But come November, Voters have the opportunity to bring balance to the North Carolina Supreme Court by electing three common sense, conservative justices to the State's highest court. In addition, the North Carolina Court of Appeals has five seats on the ballot just waiting for conservatives to bring back the majority there too.

The rule of law requires conservative judges. This is the bedrock upon which North Carolina government is built.
Conservative Judges are Our Bedrock


NCGOP Convention 
July 10, 2020

Full details can be found here.