Our Stance on The Wall

February 19, 2019

Today's Political Hot Topic:

1. Our Southern Border and the Continuation of its Existing Barrier

2. Caravans: Peoples of Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Costa Rica

3. Legal Immigration vs. Illegal Migration: What's the Difference?

4. Decades of Illegal Foothold: Who is really at fault when Laws aren't followed?

* Please Join Us on February 19th at 6:30PM - 811 Spring Forest Rd. Suite 1200 - Raleigh

** $5.00 entry fee for non-members - Snacks & drinks will be provided.

First Meeting of the Year!

January 15, 2019

Vision for 2019

Please Join Us to discuss, and plan, our vision for 2019.

 

* Snacks and drinks will be provided *

Location: 811 Spring Forest Rd. Suite 1200 (second floor) Raleigh

Time: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Join our ranks! Membership: only $15.00 (cash or check only)

One Year Anniversary

October 16, 2018

"CELEBRATING OUR HERITAGE"

Celebrate with Us our One Year Anniversary!

 

Agenda: Diverse Presentations from Members

Place: 811 Spring Forest Rd. Ste. 1200 - Raleigh

Time: 6:30PM

Entrance: $5.00 at the door, includes 1 raffle ticket

Snacks, Drinks, Prizes!

Extra raffle tickets: $1.00 each

Club membership: $15.00 (1 yr. membership) plus 5 raffle tickets.

DONATE any amount, get in FREE plus receive 5 raffle tickets! www.gofundme.com/hispanic-republican-club/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LatinosRepublicanos/?ref=bookmarks

Candidate Jonathan Garza

September 18, 2018

For Soil and Water Conservation

Mr. Garza will speak about his candidacy for Wake County Soil and Water Conservation. www.garza4swcd.com

6:30 PM

811 Spring Forest Rd. Ste. 1200 Raleigh

Emmanuel J. Wilder, candidate for House District 41

August 21, 2018

811 Spring Forest Road, Suite 1200, Raleigh, NC, 27609

6:30 Networking

7:00 Talk

Food and Drink will be provided

¡Nuestro Sueño Americano!

July 17, 2018

"Celebrating our dreams & culture"

Details:
• 6:30-7:00 | Meet & Greet w/ Food & cultural music from Hispanic countries all over the world

• 7:00-7:45 | WCHR Club Panel w/ Audience Questions

• 7:45-8:15 | Fireworks & dessert

 

Panelists:

1. Eléna Southern | WCHR President

2. Jeannette Quin | WCHR Public Relations Coordinator

3. Juan Pleitez | WCHR Senior Member 

 

Interviewer:

• Brandon Hendricks | WCHR Vice President

Topics include: The future of Hispanic culture in America, history, opportunities, challenges, & heart-warming personal experiences.

What’s at stake for North Carolinians in the 2018 elections?

June 19, 2019

Becki Gray

Becki Gray is Senior Vice President for the John Locke Foundation. She provides information, consultation, and publications to elected officials, government staff, and other decision makers involved in the state public-policy process. She directs JLF’s biannual Candidate Education project.

 

Becki writes a monthly column for Carolina Journal. She is a regular panelist on NC Spin and frequently appears on News Channel 14’s Capitol Tonight. You’ve heard her on talk radio – she’s a regular guest on People and Politics, Carolina Journal Radio, WTSB, WWNC and WLLM and featured on Carolina Newsmakers. Her op-eds have been published in newspapers across the state. Becki frequently speaks to civic and political groups across North Carolina about public policy and legislative issues.

Recognized as a leader, Becki was in the first class of the E.A. Morris Fellowship for Emerging Leaders and is a member of the American Enterprise Leadership Network. She served on the Local Government Subcommittee of the Mining and Energy Commission and on the State’s Superintendent of Education’s Career-Ready Commission. She serves on the Board of Trustees at the North Carolina Museum of Art, chairing the Finance Committee. You can follow her on twitter at @beckigray.

The Republican Leadership Initiative: How to Become a More Effective Political Organizer

May 15, 2018

Robert Andrews

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State of the Wake County GOP

April 17, 2018

Charles Hellwig

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Breaking Free: Defecting from Cuba to the Land of Opportunity

March 20, 2018

Jorge Goti

Jorge is the Founder, President and CEO of MG Capital Maintenance, Inc., and MG Capital Investment LLP. He has a master's degree in PE and cardio vascular rehab.

Born in Cuba and a national swimming champion there, the government would never allow him to participate in international competitions due to fear of defection so in 1989 he decided to do exactly as the government feared and escaped the oppressive Castro dictatorship.

Upon arriving in the U.S. his dream was to re-educate himself. Needing money to accomplish his goal, he found a job with a local janitorial company through Wake Tech. While working as a janitor he realized that janitorial companies did not provide the services needed thus he began his journey of being a business owner in 2003.

15 years later Jorge has grown the company to servicing approximately 20,000,000 square feet with approximately 500 employees servicing most of the Fortune 500 companies in the area.

Tomorrow's Conservative: How the Republican Party Can Finally Reach Millenials

February 20, 2018

Brandon Hendricks

Open House - Office Space Grand Opening & Kickoff of the Wake County Hispanic Republican Speaker Series

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Suite 1200
Raleigh, N.C. 27609

(919) 890-5374

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