Located in

Alamance County NC



Monthly meetings of the Alamance Republican Party are held the fourth (4th) Thursday of each month now at The Cutting Board


The next regularly scheduled meeting will be
January 2015 at

The Cutting Board


Headquarters is located in the I-85 Plaza Shopping Center directly across from
the Food Lion.  That's exit 143 off I-85, Alamance Rd at Ramada Rd, the service Rd. Although we maintain this location, it is NOT currently manned. 
Phone us
for any information at 336-534-1314



US Congressional 6th District

Counties besides Alamance

Guilford, Orange, Durham,

Granville, Surry, Caswell Person, Stokes, Rockingham


US Congressional 4th District

Counties besides Alamance

Orange, Durham, Harnett,

Chatham, Wake, Cumberland


US Congressional 2nd District

Counties besides Alamance

Randolph, Chatham, Wake,

Lee, Harnett, Moore, Hoke, Cumberland



The Alamance County Republican Party

will hold it's convention

March 26th

at Smith Elementary School

VERY Successful Night for Republicans!

Thom Tills takes NC's Second Senate Seat

We've helped take the US Senate


We also retained our 2 Republican held House seats

Check out State Wide results
and stats about this election


Here's the State's Board results

About our turnout

NC voting law ruling is a setback, not a defeat

October 9, 2014

The U.S. Supreme Court has let stand for now provisions of a new North Carolina election law that eliminate same- day registration and the casting of a provisional ballot by voters who show up at the wrong precinct.  read more

Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2014/10/09/4220565/nc-voting-law-ruling-is-a-setback.html#storylink=cpy


 NC redistricting maps upheld by 3-judge panel


Associated Press
By GARY D. ROBERTSON The Associated Press
Posted: Monday, Jul. 08, 2013
Modified: Monday, Jul. 08, 2013

RALEIGH, N.C. A three-judge panel on Monday upheld the boundaries for North Carolina's legislative and congressional seats drawn by Republicans, saying the lines don't damage constitutional rights of citizens  read more