I am running to serve you as Vice Chair because I want to support the North Carolina Republican Party using the team building, facilitative, and motivational skills that I have learned in manufacturing to help build stronger precincts, and networks within the Republican Party.
The job of the Vice Chair is to encourage and support all of our Republican team members – from precinct workers to Central Committee members – and beyond. Every individual job and contribution is important.
- Mentoring precinct chairs and workers to develop strong networks.
- Improving communications using counties and precincts to bypass the biased mainstream media.
- Fostering new membership through creative messaging and outreach.
- Using artwork to spark the public’s imagination and engage the base.
- Increase organizational transparency to improve communication, upward mobility and trust.
Our job is to elect Republicans. In 2018, we lost all our statewide judicial races, our super majorities in the legislature, and, with the departure of Chief Justice Martin, we now have a 6-to-1 liberal-leaning Supreme Court.
Electing Republicans in North Carolina in 2020 is critical. We need to examine how we can improve our system to increase our success rate – and I have the real-world experience to get the job done.
Miriam Chu retired after working 20 years as the Technical Services Manager for a major brick manufacturer, and four years as a Specialty Contractor.
- Brick Institute of America recognized Brick sculptor
- FreedomWorks National Activist Advisory Council member
- First Vice President of Moore Republican Women
- Past Chair and current Vice Chair of Moore TEA Citizens
- Eighth District At-Large member
- Moore County Precinct Chair
Miriam is married to Dr. Willy Chu of Pinehurst Surgical. Together, they have six grown children.