House District 45

Frances Vinell Jackson

Perennial loser candidate for local office, Frances Vinell Jackson is now running for State House. Her radical message is out of touch with the voters of Cumberland County.
Frances Vinell Jackson has signed a radical, progressive agenda that would raise taxes, significantly damage the North Carolina economy, and kill jobs, even though families and businesses all across the state are struggling from the financial impact of the Coronavirus.

68%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Frances Vinell Jackson after learning this. This was the most persuasive message for soft Republicans, unaffiliated voters, and soft Democrats.

Frances Vinell Jackson supports a new government-run, single-payer health insurance system that would kick North Carolinians off their private health care plans, triple the size of the state’s budget, and require massive tax increases on workers and families to pay for it.

68%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Frances Vinell Jackson after learning this. This was the second most persuasive message for soft Republicans, unaffiliated voters, and soft Democrats.

Frances Vinell Jackson opposes tax relief for hardworking middle-class families.

57%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Frances Vinell Jackson after learning this. This was the third most persuasive message for unaffiliated voters.

Frances Vinell Jackson was endorsed by the far-left pro-abortion group Emily’s List.

51%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Frances Vinell Jackson after learning this.

Frances Vinell Jackson had to resign from her position on the town council due to conflicts of interest.

50%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Frances Vinell Jackson after learning this.

John Szoka

Military veteran and small business owner, John Szoka is very enthusiastically supported by voters when hearing these positive messages.
John Szoka has voted to raise teacher pay every year since 2012.

74%

of voters said they were more likely to vote for John Szoka after learning this. This was the most persuasive message to soft Democrats and Unaffiliated voters. It was the second most persuasive message to soft Republicans.

John Szoka voted to create a $125 million emergency loan program to help North Carolina small businesses continue to pay employees, rent, and mortgages during the Coronavirus outbreak.

72%

of voters said they were more likely to vote for John Szoka after learning this. This was the most persuasive message to soft Republicans and the second most persuasive message to unaffiliated voters.

John Szoka helped pass a bipartisan Coronavirus relief package that includes $50 million to provide protective face masks, gloves, and other personal protective equipment to frontline health care workers, $109 million to make Coronavirus testing available to more people in the state, and $49 million to fund research to develop a vaccine for Coronavirus.

72%

of voters said they were more likely to vote for John Szoka after learning this. This was the second most persuasive message to unaffiliated voters.

John Szoka fought to keep spending under control so the state could save over three billion dollars in emergency savings to prepare for the next crisis or economic downturn. Thanks to these savings, our state’s finances are in good shape and we won’t have to cut critical services for families and small businesses, despite the effects of the Coronavirus on state revenue.

72%

of voters said they were more likely to vote for John Szoka after learning this. This was the second most persuasive message to soft Democrats.

John Szoka voted to spend $5.5 million to build a new Health and Wellness facility at Fayetteville State University.

61%

of voters said they were more likely to vote for John Szoka after learning this.

John Szoka is a graduate of West Point, and he served twenty years in the United States Army before retiring with a rank of Lt. Colonel.

59%

of voters said they were more likely to vote for John Szoka after learning this.