House District 46

Brenden Jones

Respected legislator and small business owner, Brenden Jones’ message is persuasive to voters across the spectrum in Columbus and Robeson Counties.
Brenden Jones 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.

77%

of voters said they would be more likely to vote for Brenden Jones after learning this. This was the most persuasive message with soft Democrats. This was the third most persuasive message to non-black Democrat voters. This was the fourth most persuasive message to white voters 18-34.

Brenden Jones 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.

75%

of voters said they would be more likely to vote for Brenden Jones after learning this. This was the most persuasive message to soft GOP. This was the third most persuasive message to non-black unaffiliated voters and white voters 18-54.

Brenden Jones fought to keep spending under control so the state could save up 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.

74%

of voters said they would be more likely to vote for Brenden Jones after learning this. This was the most persuasive message to Unaffiliated voters and non-black Democrats. This was the second most persuasive message to soft GOP, non-black unaffiliateds, and white voters 18-54.

Brenden Jones fought for the bipartisan Conner’s Law, which increases the penalties for assaults on law enforcement officers and increases death benefits paid to families of fallen officers.

69%

of voters said they would be more likely to vote for Brenden Jones after learning this. This was the most persuasive message to non-black unaffiliateds and white voters 18-54. This was the third most persuasive message to soft GOP voters.

Brenden Jones helped make college more affordable to families by reducing the cost of tuition at UNC-Pembroke to five hundred dollars per semester.

66%

of voters said they would be more likely to vote for Brenden Jones after learning this. This was the fourth most persuasive message to soft GOP voters and non-black unaffiliateds.

Tim Heath

Legally-embattled and anti-business Tim Heath’s message is definitively rejected by voters of Columbus and Robeson.
Tim Heath has been charged with writing worthless checks twenty-nine times, but now he wants to be a State Representative to put himself in charge of our government’s finances.

77%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Tim Heath after learning this. This was the most effective message to every segment of voters.

Tim Heath has been cited for driving without a license seven times. He has also been charged multiple times for driving without insurance, driving with an expired registration, and driving with an expired inspection.

69%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Tim Heath after learning this. This was the second most persuasive message to non-black Democrats. This was the third most persuasive message to soft Republicans, soft Democrats, white voters 18-54, and non-black unaffiliateds.

Tim Heath supports more government regulations on small businesses, even while our local businesses are struggling with the effects of the Coronavirus.

67%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Tim Heath after learning this. This was the second most persuasive message to soft Republicans, soft Democrats, non-black unaffiliated voters, and white voters 18-54. This was the third most persuasive message to non-black Democrats.

Tim Heath is endorsed by the far-left environmental group North Carolina League of Conservation Voters.

49%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Tim Heath after learning this. This was the fourth most persuasive message to soft GOP, non-black unaffiliateds, non-black Democrats, and white voters 18-54.

Read the research at the bottom of the page.

Tim Heath is endorsed by the anti-gun group Moms Demand Action.

Former football player and coach Tim Heath has been racking up losses for decades, with an abysmal head-to-head match up with his number 1 nemesis: the law.

Simple Worthless Check – $30 (case no. 1994CR000681)
  • Filed on December 19, 1993 in Cumberland District Court
  • Guilty on March 15, 1994
Simple Worthless Check – $25 (case no. 1994CR000682)
  • Filed on December 19, 1993 in Cumberland District Court
  • Guilty on March 15, 1994
Simple Worthless Check – $25 (case no. 1994CR010213)
  • Filed on February 26, 1994 in Cumberland District Court
  • Guilty on March 15, 1994
Simple Worthless Check – $13.91 (case no. 1994CR013888)
  • Filed on March 22, 1994 in Cumberland District Court
  • Guilty on April 5, 1994
Simple Worthless Check – $20 (case no. 1994CR013889)
  • Filed on March 22, 1994 in Cumberland District Court
  • Guilty on April 5, 1994
Simple Worthless Check – $25 (case no. 1994CR013890)
  • Filed on March 22, 1994 in Cumberland District Court
  • Guilty on April 5, 1994
Simple Worthless Check – $13.91 (case no. 1994CR013891)
  • Filed on March 22, 1994 in Cumberland District Court
  • Guilty on April 5, 1994
Simple Worthless Check – $13.91 (case no. 1994CR013892)
  • Filed on March 22, 1994 in Cumberland District Court
  • Guilty on April 5, 1994
Simple Worthless Check – $267 (case no. 1994CR035999)
  • Filed on August 11, 1994 in Cumberland District Court
  • Guilty on September 27, 1995
Expired Registration and Inspection (case no. 1994CR049082)
  • Filed on November 5, 1994 in Cumberland District Court
  • Dismissed on September 27, 1995
Operating a Vehicle without Insurance (case no. 1994CR049088)
  • Filed on November 5, 1994 in Cumberland District Court
  • Dismissed on September 27, 1995
Expired Registration and Insurance (case no. 1994CR051432)
  • Filed on November 17, 1994 in Cumberland District Court
  • Dismissed on September 27, 1995
Operating a Vehicle without Insurance (case no. 1994CR051433)
  • Filed on November 17, 1994 in Cumberland District Court
  • Dismissed on September 27, 1995
Expired Registration and Inspection/Without Insurance (case no. 1994CR052082)
  • Filed on November 21, 1994 in Cumberland District Court
  • Dismissed on September 27, 1995
Expired Registration and Inspection/Without Insurance (case no. 1994CR052476)
  • Filed on November 23, 1994 in Cumberland District Court
  • Dismissed on September 27, 1995
Driving While License Revoked (case no. 1996CR046115)
  • Filed on September 18, 1996 in Cumberland District Court
  • Convicted on April 21, 1997
Driving While License Revoked and without Insurance (case no. 1997CR002900)
  • Filed on January 17, 1997 in Cumberland District Court
  • Dismissed on September 15, 1998
Driving While License Revoked and without Insurance (case no. 1997CR019298)
  • Filed on April 14, 1997 in Cumberland District Court
  • Dismissed on September 15, 1998
Worthless Check, $30, Closed Account (case no. 1994CR017490)
  • Not Filed
Worthless Check, $64, Closed Account (case no. 1994CR011758)
  • Filed on August 11, 1994 in Robeson County
  • Dismissed on June 28, 2019
Speeding, 70mph in a 55mph zone (case no. 2015IF701500)
  • Filed on March 4, 2015 in Robeson District Court
  • Dismissed on July 21, 2015
Speeding, 82mph in a 55mph zone; No Operators License (case no. 1994CR004836)
  • Filed on March 23, 1994 in Catawba District Court
  • Guilty of 74mph in a 65mph zone and NOL dismissed
Simple Worthless Check – $60 (case no. 1993CR022898)
  • Filed on December 20, 1993 in Robeson District Court
  • Convicted on February 22, 1994
Driving While License Revoked (case no. 1997CR012469)
  • Filed on June 11, 1997 in Robeson District Court
  • Convicted of No Operators License on September 15, 1997
Simple Worthless Check – $20 (case no. 1994CR016331)
  • Filed on August 27, 1994 in Robeson District Court
  • Dismissed on June 28, 2019
Simple Worthless Check – $53 (case no. 1994CR023202)
  • Filed on December 13, 1994 in Robeson District Court
  • Case not Disposed
Simple Worthless Check – $40, Closed Account (case no. 1994CR010295)
  • Filed on June 9, 1994 in Robeson District Court
  • Dismissed on June 28, 2019
Worthless Check – $35, Closed Account (case no. 1994CR016332)
  • Filed on August 27, 1994 in Robeson District Court
  • Disposed
Driving While License Revoked (case no. 1995CR041686)
  • Filed on September 6, 1995 in Cumberland District Court
  • Convicted on September 15, 1998
Simple Worthless Check – $25 (case no. 1994CR000527)
  • Filed on February 4, 1994 in Hoke District Court
  • Convicted on February 15, 1994
Worthless Check – $25, Closed Account (case no. 1994CR018969)
  • Filed on October 6, 1994 in Robeson District Court
  • Case not disposed
Simple Worthless Check – $30 (case no. 1993CR009551)
  • Filed on March 8, 1994 in Robeson District Court
  • Dismissed on June 28, 2019
Simple Worthless Check – $50 (case no. 1994CR003437)
  • Filed on August 11, 1994 in Hoke District Court
  • Dismissed with Leave on February 14, 1996
Speeding, 71mph in a 55mph zone (case no. 1988CR002937)
  • Filed on February 24, 1988 in Robeson District Court
  • Convicted of Exceeding Safe Speed on April 13, 1988
Simple Worthless Check – $25 (case no. 1993CR021624)
  • Filed on November 15, 1993 in Robeson District Court
  • Convicted on February 22, 1994
Driving while License Revoked and with Expired Inspection (case no. 1996CR004795)
  • Filed on November 14, 1996 in Hoke District Court
  • Convicted of Expired Registration on August 5, 1999
Simple Worthless Check – $25, Closed Account (case no. 1994CR002287)
  • Filed on February 22, 1994 in Robeson District Court
  • Guilty on May 13, 1994
Simple Worthless Check – $39 (case no. 1993CR021122)
  • Filed on November 6, 1993 in Robeson District Court
  • Convicted on November 23, 1993
Driving While License Revoked (case no. 1997CR011116)
  • Filed on May 23, 1997 in Robeson District Court
  • Dismissed on September 15, 1997
Worthless Check – $40, Closed Account (case no. 1994CR010473)
  • Filed on June 9, 1994 in Robeson District Court
  • Dismissed June 28, 2019
Simple Worthless Check – $25 (case no. 1994CR000526)
  • Filed on February 4, 1994 in Hoke District Court
  • Guilty on February 15, 1994
Simple Worthless Check – $38 (case no. 1994CR005512)
  • Filed on March 22, 1994 in Robeson District Court
  • Dismissed on June 28, 2019
Worthless Check, $45, Closed Account (case no. 1994CR021868)
  • Filed on November 17, 1994 in Robeson District Court
  • Case not Disposed
Simple Worthless Check – Closed Account (case no. 1994CR004720)
  • Filed on March 22, 1994 in Robeson District Court
  • Dismissed on June 28, 2019
Fail to Wear Seat Belt and Driving While License Revoked (case no. 1998CR003867)
  • Filed on May 23, 1998 in Scotland District Court
  • Guilty of Seat Belt Violation on July 15, 1999. DWLR dismissed.
Simple Worthless Check – $25 (case no. 1993CR0467746)
  • Filed on November 6, 1993 in Cumberland District Court
  • Guilty on December 16, 1993
Speeding, 74mph in a 55mph zone (case no. 1987CR010056)
  • Filed on October 24, 1987 in Randolph District Court
  • Convicted on 70mph in a 55mph zone on November 18, 1987
Communications Threats (case no. 1985CR000698)
  • Not Filed (Wayne County)
  • Dismissed on January 22, 2019

Tim Heath can’t stop breaking the law, and shouldn’t be involved with making laws as a state legislator.

Tim Heath wants to make it harder for businesses to operate in North Carolina.

Tim Heath struggles to speak about basic business and economic principles, and when he does his only experience he cites is mowing lawns as a child.

When asked the appropriate balance between economic freedom and regulatory requirements, Heath said, “The enemy of freedom and opportunity is uncontrollable growth… therefore an appropriate balance involved enforcing the regulatory requirements at the place where the economic opportunity may be hindered.”

Tim Heath has been endorsed by far left groups, including North Carolina League of Conservation Voters.