Vote in Your Municipal Elections

    Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote that he is not making a present or a compliment to please an individual – or at least that he ought not so to do; but that he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country.    Samuel Adams

Voting in Municipal Elections 

Why should you vote in municipal elections?  Because that is where your vote can have the most influence and impact.  Consider the following from Onslow County NCGOP.

    " Last month, we had a great meeting with Mayor of Jacksonville, Sammy Phillips.  Some interesting points he made in regard to our upcoming Municipal Elections left us with our eyes WIDE OPENED.  Thank you Sammy for motivating us to get the word out about encouraging other Republicans to get out and VOTE!
Here's some of the report he was able to share with us:

Voter Turnout for the last Municipal Election:

Jacksonville: 239 out of 6588 (4% turnout)
Brynn Marr: 490 out of 6250 (8% turnout)
W. Northwoods: 623 out of 4887 (13% turnout)
E. Northwoods: 484 out of 10,084 (5% turnout)
New River: 205 out of 2338 (9% turnout)"

We must work harder to get out the vote in our municipal elections to ensure that conservatives are elected. Please get involved in your local precinct and your conservative candidates.