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Our 2022 clean sweep. On to 2023 and beyond.


N.C. House D-51
John Sauls

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The former pastor is a four-term House member representing District 51 (Lee County). The district includes part of Moore County as of 2023.


N.C. House D-78
Neal Jackson

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The first-time candidate, former financial advisor and Bennett pastor won 71% and 63% of primary votes cast in the May primary in Moore and Randolph counties, respectively.

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N.C. House D-52
Ben Moss

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After previously representing Richmond County in the NC legislature, Moss defeated longtime incumbent Jamie Boles in a new District 52 primary in May.

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N.C. Supreme Court Seat 3
Richard Dietz

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Among the most accomplished appellate advocates in North Carolina, Dietz has argued in the U.S. Supreme Court — something only a handful NC lawyers have done.


N.C. Supreme Court Seat 5
Trey Allen

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Following Paul Newby's installation as Chief Justice in 2021, Marine Trey Allen was appointed General Counsel for the NC Administrative Office of the Courts, providing legal guidance court officials statewide.


N.C. Court of Appeals Seat 8
Julee Flood

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Flood has extensive court experience, having drafted hundreds of judicial opinions for nine appellate judges and justices in federal and state courts. She previously taught at Elon Law as a visiting professor.


N.C. Court of Appeals Seat 9
Donna Stroud

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Chief Judge Donna Stroud is running for re-election to continue her work enforcing the law as written, upholding the Constitutions of the United States and North Carolina.

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N.C. Court of Appeals Seat 10
John Tyson

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N.C. Court of Appeals Seat 11
Michael J. Stading

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After defending the safety of NC families as a prosecutor in Mecklenburg County, Stading swore another oath as a District Court Judge. Stading, a JAG officer, is a US Air Force Captain.

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N.C. District Court Judge Seat 1 (19D)
Warren McSweeney

    Warren McSweeney is seeking re-election as district court judge representing Hoke and Moore counties. District courts hear cases involving civil, criminal, juvenile, and magistrate matters.

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    N.C. District Court Judge
    Seat 2 (19D)
    Beth Tanner

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    As an attorney, Beth Tanner represented fellow state employees and worked alongside state leaders. She sits on the NC Innocence Inquiry Commission to ensure justice is delivered fairly.

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    Moore County
    Board of Commissioners (D1)
    Jim Von Canon

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    A former Durham police officer, Jim Von Canon joined the U.S. Army at 32 amid the first Gulf War. During most of his 29-year career he worked in Special Operations at Fort Bragg. Jim I retired in 2018 as a Sergeant Major.

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    Moore County
    Board of Commissioners (D3)
    John L. Ritter

      Attorney John Ritter is a native son of Moore County, who specializes in residential real estate and estate planning. He ran in the 2020 Republican primary for Lieutenant Governor.


      Moore County
      Board of Commissioners (D5)
      Kurt Cook

        Kurt Cook is a wounded warrior who founded Adaptive Wear. ARW delivers medically accessible, warm, comfortable garments to those undergoing medical treatment.


        Moore County
        Board of Commissioners(D2)
        Nick Picerno

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          Moore County
          Clerk of Court

          Todd Maness

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          A member of the Moore County Sheriff's department, Todd Maness is an 18-year law enforcement veteran. He holds numerous volunteer positions in the community and county Republican party. Todd will not face an opponent in November.


          Moore County Sheriff
          Ronnie Fields

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          A career law enforcement professional and public servant, Ronnie Fields is seeking a second term as Moore County Sheriff. Previously, Fields was a 22-year member of the NC Highway Patrol, and was town commissioner and mayor of Carthage (1999-2009).

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          Moore County Register of Deeds
          William Britton

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          William "Bill" Britton is a Moore County native and an experienced first responder. He is a county paramedic and firefighter. Britton is a tireless volunteer for the Sandhills Young Republicans and Moore County GOP. He is not opposed in the general election for Register. 

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          Moore County 
          Board of Education
          District III

          Shannon Davis

            Shannon Davis is a devoted spouse and parent, who like Americans nationwide, is committed to public education reform in light of declining student performance and the uncovering of a "woke" agenda in Moore County. Davis is opposing school board chair Pam Thompson on the November ballot.


            Moore County
            Board of Education
            At-large Seat 1 (open)

            Ken Benway

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            Ken Benway brings a lifetime of dedication to defending American principles as a career military officer. In retirement, Benway is an advocate for military veterans and Second Amendment rights. As a school board candidate he is running to restore fundamental education objectives in our schools.


            Moore County
            Board of Education
            At-large Seat 2 (open)

            Pauline Bruno

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            Pauline Bruno is a former special education teacher who retired in Pinehurst, where she became active as a Moore County Republican volunteer. As a candidate, Bruno is committed to restoring traditional educational objectives in county schools.


            U.S Senate
            Rep.Ted Budd

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            Endorsed by President Donald Trump in Summer 2021. Decisive winner of the May 2022 primary. Business owner. Fierce protector of the Second Amendment.


            U.S. Congress
            Rep. Richard Hudson

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            The Concord native was mapped out of Moore County, but a new map has Hudson running to be our congressman again in NC-09. He is endorsed by President Trump.


            N.C. Senate D-21
            Tom Mclnnis 

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            Re-mapping moves the five-term senator to NC-21, and unfamiliar voters in Cumberland County. He is Majority Whip. Chairs three committees in Raleigh. 

            Judge Tyson maintains a conservative judicial philosophy that protects individual freedoms, self-defense, private property, parental and rights of the unborn, and the separation of powers.

            A former two-term member and chair of the Moore County Board of Commissioners, Nick Picerno was appointed to a board seat in 2021 to replace Louis Gregory, who retired.

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