Tag:Robin Hayes

  • Former NCGOP Chairman Hayes pleading guilty of lying to FBI

    Former N.C. Republican Party Chairman Robin Hayes lied to the FBI during the bureau’s investigation of an alleged attempt to bribe Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey, a proposed guilty plea filed in federal court says. Hayes’ attorney filed the documents Friday, Sept. 27, with the U.S. District Court office in Statesville.

  • NCGOP Executive Director Woodhouse stepping down after state convention

    Dallas Woodhouse, former TV reporter and grass-roots activist, announced Monday, April 15, he would leave his position as executive director of the N.C. Republican Party after the party’s state convention in June. Woodhouse confirmed the announcement Monday morning to several media outlets. “My contract expires at the end…

  • NCGOP: Opposition to Clinton will unite Republicans

    In interviews with Carolina Journal on Tuesday afternoon, freshman U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis and state Republican Party Chairman Robin Hayes are confident this week’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland will begin spelling out the differences between the Republican and Democratic visions of America, and that a majority of voters will…

  • NC’s 8th District Race Tightens

    RALEIGH — Free trade, lost jobs, and high gasoline prices are among the issues fueling North Carolina’s 8th Congressional District race between four-time Republican Rep. Robin Hayes and Democrat Larry Kissell, a former textile worker currently employed as a teacher at East Montgomery High School.

  • A Burr in Edwards’ saddle

    The news that Richard Burr may run for U.S. Senate in 2004 has broad implications for North Carolina politics, affecting John Edwards’ presidential run, the gubernatorial primaries, and the future of Erskine Bowles and Dan Blue.