Rep. Jim Fulghum passes away

Rep. Jim Fulghum, M.D.
Wake Co. House District 49
Passed away on
Saturday, July 19

 

Dr. Fulghum was a neurosurgeon who won the privilege to represent NC House District 49 at the General Assembly in 2012.  He sponsored or co-sponsored Bills on sound health care legislation, many of which became law. His votes in the NC House helped pass the legislation currently enabling North Carolina reduce unemployment, reign in Medicare expenses, raise teacher salaries, safeguard elections, and establish a political climate favoring strong & lasting economic success across the State.
 
Dr. Fulghum won the 2014 Republican primary for NC Senate District 15, but withdrew from that race on July 3, a few days after he learned that he was seriously ill.
 
Dr. Fulghum was married to his wife Dr. Susan Fulghum, M.D. for 47 years. Together they gave two daughters the gift of life.
Thank you Dr. Fulghum for a job well done!
We will miss you.
 
Funeral Arrangements:
  • Visitation: Edenton Street United Methodist Church,
                     Tuesday, July 22, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
     
  • Burial: Private
     
  • Memorial Service: Edenton Street United Methodist Church,
                                   Wednesday, July 23, 2:00 p.m.
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Dr. Fulghum on the campaign trail in 2012:

La Fiesta 2014 – CAN YOU HELP?

We need volunteers!
Can you help us at La Fiesta?

 

La Fiesta del Pueblo is the largest Hispanic cultural and social event in Wake County, and it will take place on September 21.

 

The Wake County Republican Party will rent a booth to provide Republican candidates and elected officials a home base.  They and we need help to staff the booth, hand out literature and engage the public.

Can you volunteer an hour or two?
Please let us know if you can help.

Let’s go get them while they are young and bring them up the Republican way!

When: Sunday, September 21
Time: 12:00 noon — 8:00 p.m. Peak time for events and activities is ~2:00 p.m.
Where: The City Plaza,
400 Fayatteville St., Raleigh.
 
 

Gov. McCrory Signs the Energy Modernization Act of 2014

Gov. McCrory Signs the Energy Modernization Act of 2014


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May 2014
Primaries Results
 

Election Calendar 2014

July 15:  2nd Primary Election day
September 5: Absentee Voting by Mail begins
October 10: Voter Registration Deadline
October 23: One-Stop Voting begins
October 28: Last Day to Request an Absentee Ballot by Mail
November 1: One-Stop Voting ends
November 4: Last Day to Return Absentee Ballot by Mail
November 4: GENERAL ELECTION DAY

Election Calendar 2014

July 15:  2nd Primary Election day
September 5: Absentee Voting by Mail begins
October 10: Voter Registration Deadline
October 23: One-Stop Voting begins
October 28: Last Day to Request an Absentee Ballot by Mail
November 1: One-Stop Voting ends
November 4: Last Day to Return Absentee Ballot by Mail
November 4: GENERAL ELECTION DAY