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This week two defamatory mail pieces were sent to voters in North Carolina House District 12, comprising Lenoir County and parts of Pitt County. The pieces in question falsely claimed that Rep. Humphrey used his position as an elected official “securing $50,000 in taxpayer money to go to a non-profit directly connected to his wife.”…

The COVID-19 pandemic has made the need for high speed internet is even more critical as students and educators move to online learning and more doctors appointments done with Telehealth appointments. Thankfully our Republican-led General Assembly has already made significant investments in expanding access to Broadband internet. In this legislative session, the General Assembly passed: …

Harnett County GOP Executive Committee members residing in House District 53 this evening selected Howard Penny to replace retiring Rep. David Lewis on the ballot this November. Harnett County GOP Executive Committee members residing in House District 53 this evening selected Howard Penny to replace retiring Rep. David Lewis on the ballot this November. A…

The state House of Representatives unanimously approved legislation last Wednesday to reform criminal justice expunction laws and provide a ‘second chance’ to citizens convicted of certain nonviolent offenses in North Carolina.Senate Bill 562 Second Chance Act makes changes to North Carolina’s expunction laws. The legislation includes the following key reforms:  Allows the expunction of certain misdemeanors and felonies…

Rep. Jeffrey Elmore, the only public school teacher currently serving in the North Carolina Legislature, expressed his disappointment today after hearing reports that a local after school organization had to layoff their executive director and other key roles because of budget shortfalls.  The organization, Communities in Schools of Northwest North Carolina, has been a staple…

Raleigh, NC – Members of the North Carolina Republican House Caucus released a statement regarding the passing of Rep. Linda Johnson. “Rep. Johnson’s career was one marked by significant achievements and accomplishments that impacted every North Carolinian, but what she was most proud of was the work she did to improve the lives of her…

Last week, the North Carolina Department of Commerce released their jobs figures for the 2019 jobs cycle. The results confirm what we already know: The Republican-led reforms of our business climate are working. From December 2018 – December 2019, the number of employed North Carolinians increased by 137,509. The unemployment rate held strong at 3.7%,…