Meglos: Well, gentlemen, shall we all descend together into the earth for another thousand years or shall we resume our original arrangements? Grugger: Well, I'm prepared to forget that little incident. Meglos: Oh, I hope not. Brotadac: We'll remember. Doctor Who Meglos 1980 God, the Father of mercies, through the death and resurrection of his … Continue reading I’ve got to disagree with Red State on Renne Ellmers here
By A.P. Dillon Back in April, I took a look at the 2016 GOP challengers for a few districts in North Carolina. Today I'd like to zero in on one in particular. North Carolina's 2nd House Congressional District is currently occupied by Renee Ellmers, who defeated Democrat incumbent, Bob Etheridge, in the 2010 election. During the 2010, Ellmers was … Continue reading NC’s Rep. Ellmers Seeing Multiple Challengers – and For Good Reasons.
By A.P. Dillon This week, the Republicans scored big for the U.S. Senate and maintained control of the House as well. This morning I found myself repeating the words, "Harry Reid, Senate Minority Leader". That phrase will never get old. North Carolina was one of the most expensive races and Harry Reid's PAC dumped millions into it. … Continue reading #NCSEN Race Goes Republican, Harry Reid Hardest Hit
By A.P. Dillon Tragic news comes out of North Carolina that has ramifications for the Congressional Race in district 2. Keith Crisco, the candidate trailing Clay Aiken in the recent primary by 300 some odd votes, has passed away. Crisco was a former Secretary of the N.C. Department of Commerce under Former Governor Bev Perdue. ASHEBORO — Asheboro … Continue reading An Update on Reality TV Race In #NC02
By A.P. Dillon Last week, I wrote about Frank Roche – Candidate for #NC02. Since then, the primary for this Congressional district in North Carolina has taken place. Unfortunately for Roche, Ellmers successfully defended her seat with 58.76 % to Roche's 41.24%. On the Democrat side of the aisle is where the circus has come to town. This … Continue reading Reality TV In Congressional District #NC02
By A.P. Dillon It is primary time in NC and early voting is currently going on in North Carolina. Over the past few months, I have had a chance to meet Frank Roche at multiple events in the Raleigh area. Roche is a candidate for North Carolina's 2nd Congressional district and primary challenger to incumbent Renee Ellmers. I pitched … Continue reading Exclusive – Five With Frank Roche – Candidate for #NC02
One of the things that differentiates this week's Swatting of Aaron Walker(Worthing) is that it has come after Senator Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga) sent this letter to Attorney General Eric Holder asking him to investigate if any Federals laws were violated in these Swatting Incidents. This letter was signed by over eighty members of Congress. Now … Continue reading Rep Renne Ellmers (R-NC) on Swatting
I've been quoted on twitter saying that if there is one congressperson elected in 2010 that I want to see re-elected it is Ann Marie Buerkle and I stand by that. But Renne Ellmers (NC-2) is as close a second and you can get, and if you want to know why, here is an example: … Continue reading Why I absolutely Love Renne Ellmers
If you missed our first 2 hour show, live from the 2011 Republican Growing Grassroots Convention, it is now available here We had a great lineup. Dan Collins of POWIP was kind enough to sub for Lorie Byrd who took ill, Roxeanne DeLuca was late (as usual) but make it though wet and icy roads … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio with Dan Collins and Congresswoman Renee Ellmers now available
With less than 18 hours to the show premiere I've had little time for blogging but I see there is great news from two districts where Registered Nurses rather than career politicians are changing the face of the congress. Renee Ellmers has won in NC-2. My congratulations to Renee, Lorie Byrd and all those who … Continue reading Two great nurses for a sick congress
My latest for Examiner.com deals with the idea of non career politicians running for office this year, a snippet: He (Keith Lepor) mentioned how one of the hosts at WTKK 96.9 Michelle McPhee scolded him saying that he had not “done his time” in the legislature or the school committee or local politics, he didn’t … Continue reading Keith Lepor Renee Ellmers and the age of the citizen congressman
I had a chance to talk to Renee Ellmers on Friday morning about her campaign to unseat Bob Etheridge: I will be talking more about Renee in my next examiner article. North Carolina 2 is lucky to have her.