The First Annual North Carolina Conservative Super 16 Challenge!

First In Freedom Daily is excited to introduce the first ever North Carolina Conservative Super-16 Challenge!

Our expert selection committee has poured over all of the available data from top Conservative organizations from across the country to compile the bracket while seeding each of the top-16 Republicans in the state.

While there are plenty of deserving Conservative members in the North Carolina House and Senate, we’ve stuck to the most well-known and visible Republicans in order to allow you, the voters, to have the most information readily available so you can make the most informed decision possible.

Each day throughout the rest of the NCAA Tournament we’ll have matchups for you to vote on. The Republican with the most votes at the end of each round advances to the next round until we crown a champion on Monday, April 3rd!

Check out our first round matchups:

1st Matchup: 1) Rep. Mark Meadows vs. 16) Senator Thom Tillis (Thursday, March 23rd)

2nd Matchup: 2) Lt. Gov. Dan Forest vs. 15) Senator Richard Burr (Friday, March 24th)

3rd Matchup: 3) Rep. Walter Jones vs. 14) NCGOP Chairman Robin Hayes (Sunday, March 26th)

4th Matchup: 4) Rep. Mark Walker vs. 13) State Treasure Dale Folwell (Monday, March 27th)

5th Matchup: 5) Rep. George Holding vs. 12) Rep. Patrick McHenry (Tuesday, March 28th)

6th Matchup: 6) NC Senate Leader Phil Berger vs. 11) Rep. Virginia Foxx (Tuesday, March 29th)

7th Matchup: 7) Rep. Richard Hudson vs. 10) Rep. Robert Pittenger (Wednesday, March 30th)

8th Matchup: 8) Rep. David Rouzer vs. 9) NC House Speaker Tim Moore(Wednesday, March 30th)

Be sure to check in each day, and follow along on Facebook, to ensure you don’t miss your chance to vote in a single matchup!

Our first matchup is LIVE! CLICK HERE TO VOTE NOW!

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