I found this interesting tidbit in The Dunn Daily Record. It seems that US Rep Renee Ellmers was back in her hometown (well she moved there from out of state a few years ago) for a meeting with her "constituents". Specifically there was a get together at the local Sagebrush restaurant with a group called, "Bibles, Badges, and Business for Immigration Reform". http://www.bbbimmigration.org/ This appears to be a nation organization and I'm not clear on exactly if or how many 2nd District members they have. Regardless, the organization is "meeting with federal representatives around the country to urge the support of common sense immigration policies". They sent out press releases informing the media about the event. But before the meeting began a TV crew from Raleigh, a reporter (Tom Woerner, 2nd District constituent) from The Daily Record, and Harnett County Democratic chairperson Teresa Oudeh (2nd District constituent) were all asked to leave. "Invited" guests State Representative David Lewis and State Senator Ronald Rabin participated in the discussions.
Before the meeting began, and it became an "exclusive" event the Dunn Daily Record reported these brief comments from Ellmers. "Immigration is a big issue in North Carolina and I am here to listen to the concerns of my constituents which is what I have always said I would do. The people deserve to hear my views on issues like this".