FRANKLIN TIMES: Candidates stress rights, accountability at county GOP event

Candidates Stress Rights, Accountability at County GOP Event
By Franklin County Republican Party
March 7, 2020

THE FRANKLIN TIMES: "Six Republican candidates running for election in 2020 stressed the need to preserve individual rights, human dignity, and government accountability during Franklin County Republican Party's annual convention, held in March at the Hamilton Hobgood Courthouse Annex."

Matthew Winslow, State House District 7 candidate, agrees jobs and economic growth are vital to a growing North Carolina and Franklin County. Winslow, a local builder who has a degree in urban regional planning and has worked in both private and public planning roles, wants to fight government complacency as well.

'I know government inside and out. Trying to get something accomplished is like pushing a noodle uphill,' Winslow said, adding he wanted to work for Franklin County citizens to accomplish much more for its citizens."

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You can learn more about the Franklin County Republican Party GOP Convention here.


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