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    When were we founded?

    Founded in 2019, the Hornet's Nest Republican Men's Club brought together like-minded Republicans from Mecklenburg and Union Counties to create the state's first regional Republican men's club. With hundreds in our current membership, it is our goal to welcome members from throughout the piedmont area of both North Carolina and South Carolina. HNRMC events are open to all Republican men and women.

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    What's in a name?

    During the American Revolution, Cornwallis set up a base of operations in Charlotte during his Southern Campaign. Within 16 days, however, due to harassment by local Charlotteans loyal to "the cause", he withdrew his troops stating the area was a "hornet's nest" of rebellion. We proudly honor that "moniker" by actively working to preserve the liberties and freedoms for which those patriots fought.

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    How often do we meet?

    The Hornet's Nest Republican Men's Club conducts four major events per year and several smaller, more social events. Major events will have important conservative policy makers or influencers as our honored guests and speakers. Meet and hear from important decision makers at the federal, state and local levels of government. Our smaller events are more casual in nature, such as our barbeque or our annual pub crawl.

Latest News, Politics and Club Events

Hornet's Nest Republican Men's Club Is Well Represented at Third Annual Meck Dec Day Fundraising Dinner in Mint Hill

HNRMC members joined the Mecklenburg GOP at the annual fundraising dinner featuring Keynote Speaker Congressman Byron Donalds , our own Dan Bishop, NCGOP Chair Michael Whatley, and special guest speaker, and the newest Republican member of the North Carolina House, NC Representative Trisha Cotham

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Look Who's Talking About the HNRMC

WBT's Brett Winterble has a conversation with former UNC basketball coach Matt Doherty about our Spring event featuring 3 of the 'Freedom 20' who fought for tangible change to House rules before they would vote to make Kevin McCarthy Speaker of the House.

Hornet's Nest Republican Men's Club Elections Page

Our website is hosting a page that will provide visitors a 'one stop shop' to obtain information and links to those announced candidates running for public office. Keep visiting the page as we continue building it out as more candidates announce. It is important that every voter has the ability to make up their own mind about every candidate and this is a great resource.

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2023 Spring Event

A Southern St. Patrick's Celebration with three of the "Freedom 20"

Hornet's Nest Republican Men's Club held our Spring 2023 event to a sold out crowd at the Levine Senior Center in Matthews on March 16th. Our keynote speaker was Congressman Chip Roy of Texas and he was joined by our own Dan Bishop and Ralph Norman.

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"The 20"

A great short video by the Daily Signal about "The 20" heroes who stood up for their constituents, transparency in the Congress and the country as a whole. Great interviews with those involved.

NC GOP now has veto-proof majority in both chambers

The GOP welcomes Mecklenburg County Democrat Representative Trisha Cotham (112th) who made the bold and principled decision to shun the ultra left Democrats in control of her party and join with the Republicans.

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The Will Of The People Restored

NC Supreme Court Brings Sanity back to the judicial process by reversing two previous decisions

The new GOP majority NC Supreme Court reversed two decisions made by the previous 'activist court', that had a majority of Democrat judges, by reinstating Voter ID that was voted on by citizens and also the redistricting from the 2020 census.

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State Senator Todd Johnson

The Senator provides his Union and Cabarrus County constituents with an update of the State Senate session to date including bills that have passed and those that are still pending.

N.C. House passes anti-rioting bill

Gov. Roy Cooper will not tempt the veto-proof General Assembly by allowing the anti riot bill he vetoed in 2021 to go into effect without his signature but with no veto. Despite what many who oppose the bill are saying, it does not criminalize peaceful 1st ammendment expression.

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It Has Never Been More Important To Get Involved

GOP affiliate organizations in both North Carolina and South Carolina.

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These organizations are active in their communities and statewide.
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State & County Party Events

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June 8th through June 11th 2023

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