For Immediate Release
Louisburg, NC – The Reform Party of North Carolina has reorganized its Franklin County affiliate. The members of that county have picked Rick Kasa to serve as the founding chairman of the affiliate. This makes the third county affiliate to be reorganized by the party in the last six months.
“Franklin County is important. The demographics of the county make it an important swing county come election time, and having boots on the ground there will help us come election time,” said Reform Party of North Carolina Chairman Nicholas Hensley.
The Reform Party of North Carolina endorsed several candidates in the 2014 election. The highest vote getter, write in candidate Shawn Eckles, gained 1.36 percent of the vote, and US Senate candidate Barry Gurney campaigned in all 100 counties. At the time of the election, the Reform Party of North Carolina was less than a year old.
To help the Reform Party of Franklin County, the Reform Party of North Carolina is planning on hosting a state meeting there early next year. This meeting will consist of interested parties throughout the state, and party organizers from neighboring counties.
It is possible to learn more about the Reform Party by visiting its national website at reformparty.org.
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