Championing Good Governance Since 1972

The Fayetteville Republican Women's Club in Fayetteville, NC has been in the frontlines when it comes to promoting political education and activity since 1972. We’re affiliated with the state and national levels of our organization to achieve one common goal: to encourage support and loyalty to the Republican Party.

As members of the North Carolina Federation of Republican Women since 1953, we have always been provided with various opportunities to use our skills and talents. Time spent with the organization has gained us personal rewards that come with becoming actively involved in the Republican Party including:

  • Political involvement and education
  • Legislative action
  • Fellowship
  • Campaign skills and support
  • Organizational skills
  • And more
  • When you join us, you become a valuable member of the largest partisan women's political organization in the country. You’re given the chance to represent people from different walks of life. Every republican woman is rightfully represented and heard.

If you’re interested in joining us in our mission, we’ll be more than happy to have you on our team. Join us each First Tuesday of the month for our dinner meeting. Our dinner programs feature guest speakers from the local and state GOP and civic organizations and agencies. For inquiries, get in touch with us today.

Upcoming Events

Next Club Meeting
April 2nd
Speakers: John Minor with Empact One / Peter Pappas - candidate CC, District 2 / Diane Wheatley - update on legislative
Location and time: Golden Corral 6:00 pm

May 7th - speaker: Hal Weatherman - location to be determined.


To thrive, we need the active support of our membership. Everyone is invited to join one of our committees to promote our objectives.

Our Objectives

  • To promote an informed public through political educations and activity
  • To increase the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government
  • To encourage loyalty to the Republican Party and to promote its principles and candidates in all elections
  • To promote the principles of freedom, equality, and justice upon which this country was founded