Representatives & Officers

Guide: Running for Office

Guide: Voting


"We the Inhabitants of North-Carolina, therefore, hereby make known to all men our resolve to re-establish the De Jure North-Carolina Republic." - Declaration of Re-establishment of the North Carolina American Republic

NCAR Government

Through this re-establishment, the people of North-Carolina have breathed new life into the original North-Carolina Constitution and returned to its lawful government. Below you will find a listing of all current representatives and officers who serve alongside lawful North-Carolina citizens.

If you are interested in voting in our elections, or running for office, please see our helpful guides: Running for Office & Voting. Also, view the District Map for apportionment information and to determine which areas are not yet represented.

  Ted Doty
- Chief Magistrate
  Bill Randell
- Chief Justice

Arthur H. Northrup Jr
- Attorney General, Representative of Lincoln County

  Jim Patterson
- Treasurer
  Roger Howard
- Senator, District 47: Gaston, Lincoln, Catawba
  Ed Paquette
- Senator, District 50: Cherokee, Macon, Jackson
  David Phillips
- Senator, District 44: Yadkin, Surry, Ashe, Watauga
  John Ainsworth
- Senator, District 39: Mecklenburg
  Roy Green
- Representative, District 41: Rowan, Davie
  Jim Kennedy
- Representative, District 48: Polk, Rutherford, Cleveland
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  Jill Ainsworth
- Representative, District 39: Mecklenburg

Don't see your county represented?
Learn more about declaring state citizenship, voting, and running for office in this de jure State. Check our calendar for NCAR meeting times to begin getting involved with other NCAR citizens and officers. Contact us at inquiries@ncrepublic.org.

Helpful Participation Guides
Guide: Running for Office
Guide: Voting

Not ready for citizenship or government participation? Contribute in other ways.
LEARN our state was stolen.
DECLARE yourself to be a citizen.
PARTICIPATE in lawful government.

Ways to Contribute
Not quite ready to become a lawful state citizen? That's okay. There are plenty of other ways to contribute to the cause.

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