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Assembly of North Carolina and five members from the state at



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large to be appointed by the State Chaii'man to sei've for a term
of two years.

The State Policy Committee shall meet upon the call of the
Chairman, and shall have active management of the State Cam-
paigns, with power to appoint a Finance Committee, a Publicity
Committee, a Campaign Committee and such other committees as
it may deem necessary in the proper conduct of the affairs of the
party, and to do all other things pertaining to party affairs,
which it may be authorized to do from time to time by the Repub-
lican State Committee in session ; and the State Policy Committee
shall report its proceedings to the State Committee at each ses-
sion.

6. A member or members of the State Committee from a ma-
jority of the counties shall constitute a quorum of the State
Committee for the transaction of business.

7. There shall be a liberal representation of women wherever
practicable in all the meetings and activities of the Republican
Party.

8. When any member of the State Committee becomes an active
or regular candidate for an appointment controlled either directly
or indirectly by recommendation of the State Committee, then
such member of said State Committee shall forfeit his or her
membership on State Committee.

ARTICLE VI

Voting by Proxy in Convention Not Allowed

No delegate, alternate or other member of a Convention shall
cast any vote by proxy, provided, however, that any delegate or
delegates present shall have the right to cast the entire vote of
the precinct in County Conventions and of the County in State
and District Conventions.

ARTICLE VII

Convention Procedure

1. The State, District and County Conventions shall be called
to order by the respective Chairmen, or in the absence of the
Chairman, by the Vice-Chairman, Secretary, or some membev



Plan of Organization 189

thereof, in order stated who shall have the power to appoint and
receive the reports of Credentials Committee, to appoint other
temporary and necessary committees, at or before the convening
of the Convention, and to form a permanent organization.

2. The certificate of the Chairman and Secretary of any Con-
vention authorized to elect delegates and alternates shall be
deemed sufficient to place the name of such delegate and alternate
on the temporary roll of the respective Conventions, and unless
successfully challenged, shall be a complete authorization to said
delegates and alternates to act.

ARTICLE VIII

Records, Reports and Accounts
The Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer of the State, District
and County Committees shall keep faithful and accurate records
of any and all monies received by them for the use of said com-
mittees and shall make faithful and accurate repoi't thereof when
so requested.

ARTICLE IX

All references herein to voters, delegates, alternates, chair-
man, vice-chairmen and other precinct, county and state officials
shall in all cases be construed to mean persons identified with
the Republican Pai'ty.



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COMMITTEES OF THE STATE REPUBLICAN PARTY

(From list furnished by Chairman, State Republican Executive

Committee)

State Republican Executive Committee

STATE ORGANIZATION

Chairman: J. M. Baley, Jr Marshal

Vice Chairman: Mrs. Walter Zachary Yadkinville

Secretary: Clyde Greene Boone

Treasurer: Dr. James W. Davis , Statesville

National Committeeman: J. E. Broyhill Lenoir

National Committeewoman: Mrs. W. P. Few Durham



First District



C. T. Allen, Aurora
Adrian Mitchell, Winton



Roy Manning, Plymouth
Floyd Cahoon, Columbia



Second District

Thomas J. Moore, Wilson J. R- Cameron, RFD, Kinston

Mrs. Margaret Reynolds, Roanoke Rapids J. H. Satterthwait, Tarboro



Clarence Fisher, Clinton



Samuel J. Morris, Raleigh
Ezra Parker, Benson



E. S. Redman, Rt. 1, Mt. Airy
H. L. Fagfie, Leaksville
E. R. Nelson, Danhury



Worth D. Henderson, Greensboro
Walter L. York, High Point
P. M. Caudle, High Point
N. D. McNairy, Greensboro
John Crawford, Chapel Hill



J. A. Maultsby, Whiteville
D. R. Johnson, Winnabow



P. E. Brown, N. Wilkesboro
W. B. Somers, N. Wilkesboro
W. E. Rutledge, Yadkinville
J. B. Payne, Rt. 5, Winston-Salem



Third District

A. L. Butler, Clinton
Julian T. Gaskill, Goldsboro

Fourth District

J. C. Dixon, Siler City
A. I. Ferree, Asheboro
W. L. Ward, Asheboro



Fifth District



S. J. Craver, Winston-Salem

W. Y. Tucker, Rt. 6, Winston-Salem

S. R. Allred, Rt. 2, Burlington



Sitxh District



Z. H. Howcrton, Greensboro
T. C. Carter, Mebane
Linwood Hall, Burlington
Andrew H. Hutohins, Rt. 4, Durham
E. B. Cranford, Durham
D. L. McBane, Rt. 2, Mebane

Seventh District

Thad H. Pope, Dunn

H. Edmund Rodgers, Wilmington

Eighth District

J. G. Hudson, Rockingham
Coy S. Lewis, Robbins
J. T. Jackson, Lexington
R. V. Alexander, Cooleemee
Dr. A. D. Barber, Sanford



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191



Ray Jeimiiigs, Taylorsville
Walter Johnson, Sparta
Edison E. Thomas, Grassy Creek
0. 0. Cruse, Rt. 3, Concord
Monroe Adams, Statesville



C. S. Nantz, Lincohiton
John Mauser, Hickory

D. T. Nance, Plumtree



George C. Dedmondt, Tryon
J. S. Dockery, Ruthcrfordton
Donald Banks, Burnsville
G. V. Hawkins, Shelby



Hugh E. Monteith, Sylva
Lewis P. Hamlin, Brevard
James Rickert, Asheville
Clyde Jarrett, Andrews



Ninth District

G. C. Peeler, Salisbury
Ellis Honeycutt, Rt. 1, Albemarle
J. J. Morton, Albemarle
Russell D. Hodges, Boone
James Hickman, Hudson

Tenth District

Frank C. Ration, Morgan ton
Louis (i. Rogers, Charlotte
J. Don Street, Buladean
Wm. T. Alexander, Charlotte

Eleventh District

Clyde M. Roberts, Marshall
Walter R. Chambers, Marion
E R. Tweed, Marshall
Thomas A. Hannah, Mt. Holly

Twelfth District

Theodore Jenkins, Robbinsville
Robert N. Tiger, Hayesville
Alf R. Higdou , Franklin
Glenn E. Boyd, Rt. 2, Waynesville



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State Republican Cong^ressional, Judicial, and Senatorial

District Committees

The work of the State Republican Congressional, Judicial and
Senatorial Executive Committees is handled by the Chairmen of
the Republican County Executive Committees.



Chairmen, Republican County Executive Committees



1950



Alamance — Dr. H. M. Patterson, Burlington

Alexander — Bill White, Taylorsville

Alleghany — Beale Poole, Sparta

Anson — C. A. Bland, Wadesboro

Ashe — J. F. Yates, West Jefferson

Avery — Charles VonCannon, Banner Elk

Beaufort — Zeno 0. RatelifF, Pantego

Bertie — D. H. Greene, Aulander

Bladen — C. C. Atkinson, Elizabethtown

Brunswick — W. A. Kepp, Bolivia

Buncombe — W. Harold Sams, Asheville

Burke — R. M. Lineberger, Morganton

Cabarrus— James C. White, Concord

Caldwell— E. C. McCall, Lenoir

Camden — J. B. Burgess, Old Trap

Carteret— C. R. Wheatly, Beaufort

Caswell — M. Francis Law, Ruffin

Catawba — Hayden B. Hayes, Hickory

Chatham — Ray Swain, Siler City

Cherokee — E. E. Stiles, Murphy

Chowan — A. S. Smith, Edenton

Clay— Ruel White, Hayesville

Cleveland — J. Worth Silvers, Shelby

Columbus — Irvin B. Tucker, Sr., Whiteville

Craven — W. B. Rouse, New Bern

Cumberland— C. C. Culbreth, Stedman

Currituck — J. T. Etheridge, Shawboro

Dare — V. G. Williams, Wanchese

Davidson — Elmer Everhardt, Lexington

Da%'ie - E. C. Morris, Mocksville

Duplin — H. B. Kornegay, Calypso

Durham — E. B. Cranford, Durham

Edgecombe — J. H. Satterthwaite, Rt. 1, Tarboro

Forsyth — Tarn W. Church, Kernersville

Franklin — W. R. Young, Youngsville

Gaston — J. L. Carter, West Gastonia

Gates — H. A. Eure, Corapeake

Graham — Coil B. Sawyer, Robbinsville

Granville — W. L. Peace. Oxford

Greene — Roland E. Jones, Snow Hill

Guilford — N. D. McNairy, Greensboro

Halifax — Ottis J. Reynolds, Roanoke Rapids

Harnett — J. 0. West, Dunn

Haywood — Gudger Duckett, Canton

Henderson — J. Willis Bavne, Hendersonville

Hertford— A. S. Mitchell, Winton

Hoke — M. L. Sides, Rt. 1, Aberdeen

Hyde — Edsac Bridgman, Scranton

Iredell — A. Z. Goforth. Statesville

Jackson — Velt Wilson, Sylva



Johnston — Joel A. Johnson, Four Oaks
Jones —

Lee — 0. F. Patterson, Sanford
Lenoir-Ray Cameron. Rt. 1, Kinston
Lincoln — Robert Lineberger. Lincolnton
Macon — George Reece, Franklin
Madison — James R. Cox. Mars Hill
Martin — Wheeler Martin. WiDiamston
McDowell— C. Harry McCall, Marion
Mecklenburg — Ernest M. Morgan, Charlotte
Mitchell — Brown McKinney, Bakersville
Montgomery — M. C. Cole, Candor
Moore — K. W. Hennings, Carthage
Nash — John C. Matthews, Spring Hope
New Hanover — R. E. Lewis, Wilmington
Northampton — W. T. Outland, Woodland
Onslow — Fowler Manning, Richlands
Orange — John F. Crawford. Chapel Hill
Pamlico — N. C. Rice. .-Arapahoe
Pasquotank- M. N. Toxey. Elizabeth City
Pender — E. C. Highsmith, Rockv Point
Perquimans— T. C. Babb. Hertford
Person — 0. Y. Clayton, Sr., Roxboro
Pitt-
Polk— Ernest H. Gibbs, Columbus
Randolph — Lacy Lewis, Asheboro
Richmond — B. A. Cox. Ellerbe
Rockingham — Alton Roberts:)n, Leaksville
Rowan — D. A. Randleman, Salisbury
Rutherford — Dewey Deviney, Spindale
Sampson — P. B. Lockerman, CUnton
Scothnd— Mrs. R. M. Bundy, Laurel Hill
Stanly — Henry N. Thompson, Albemarle
Stokes — Bill Law, King
Surry — David L. Hyatt, Mount Airy
Swain — Glen McHan, Whittier
Transylvania — Ralph Fisher, Brevard
Tyrrell — Irving I. Swain, Columbia
Union — J. H. Mills, Monroe
Vance — Walter Finch, Kittrell
Wake — Chesley S. Smith. Raleigh
Warren- -W. B. White, Norlina
Washington — E. A. Harrison, Plymouth
Watauga — I. B. Wilson
Wayne- R. E. Cox, Rt. 3, Goldsboro
Wilkes— E. R. Eller, North Wilkesboro
Wilson — Thos. J. Moore, Wilson
Yadkin — Walter Zachary, Yadkinville
Yancey — Robert Presnell, Burnsville



PART IV
ELECTION RETURNS



ELECTION RETURNS— 1948
Popular and Electorial Vote for President by States









Popular Vote




Electoral Vote


State


Truman
Demo-
crat


Dewey
Repub-
lican


Wallace

Pro-
gressive


Thurmond

States
Rights


Truman
Demo-
crat


Dewey
Repub-
lican


Thurmond

States
Rights


Alabama




40,930

77,597

50,959

1,895,269

239,714

437,754

69,588
194,347

76,691
101,514
1,961,103
821,079
491,018
423,039
341,210

72,657
150,234
294,814
909,370
993,027
483,617
5,043
655,039

94,677
264,774

29,357
121,299
981,124

80,303

2,828,764

258,572

114,592

1,445,684

268,817

258,216

1,902,197

134,892

5,386

129,651

202,914

282,240

124,402

75,926
173,093
376,277
316,251
590,959

47,947


1,522

3,310

751

190,381

6,115

13,713
1,050

11,683
1,636
4,972


171,443






11


Arizona


95.251


4

9

25

6






Arkansas


149

1,913
267
423
67
282
254
107

1,994
807
522
351
466
136
111
286

1,151
958
692
19
917
116
224
31
107
895
105

2,781

459

96

1,452
452
238

1,752

188

34

117

270

750

149

45

202

462

429

647

52


659
134
288
297
813
328
646
370
715
833
380
902
756
344
916
521
788
595
966
384
315
769
165
291
995
455
464
599
070
323
791
782
861
426
619
423
567
402
700
151
557
808
781
188
310
3.i;d


40,068
1,228






California






Colorado






Connecticut




8
3




Delaware








Florida


89,880
85,055


8

12

4

28




Georgia






Idaho






Illinois








Indiana


9,649

12,125

4,603

1,567

3,035

1,884

9,983

38,157

.38,955

27,866

225

3,998

6,641




13




Iowa




10




Kansas




8




Kentucky


10,411
204,290


11




Louisiana




10


Maine




5

8




Maryland


2,476


■l6- •




Massachusetts




Michigan


19




Minnesota


" 167,538'
42


11




Mississippi




9


Missouri


15
4






Montana






Nebraska




6




Nevada


1,169
1,970

42,683

1,037

501,167

3,915

8,220

37,596


Y


3




New Hampshire . . .


4
16






4 ""




New Mexico




New York




47




North Carolina


69,652
379


14

■ 25 '
10






4




Ohio










Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island


14,661

55,161
2,587
154
2,801
1,861
3,764
2,679
1,279
1,863

29,745
3,311

25,282
931




6
35




46


4 '






South Carolina.


102,607




8


South Dakota




4






73,815
106,909


12

23

4




Texas




.


Utah










3




Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming


42,840


11
8
8

12
3
































Totals


21,045,052


21,896,927


1,137,957


1,168,687


304


189


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