House District 82

Aimy Steele

After losing to Rep. Linda Johnson in 2018, failed candidate Aimy Steele is running again in 2020. Aimy Steele’s radical ideology endorsed by far left groups was rejected by the voters in 2018, and it remains not in line with the voters of Cabarrus County in 2020.
Aimy Steele 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.

64%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Aimy Steele after learning this.

Aimy Steele supports a complete government takeover of health care that would eliminate all employer-provided and private health care plans, would triple the size of the state’s budget, and require massive tax increases on workers and families to pay for it.

61%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Aimy Steele after learning this. Soft Democrat voters were most persuaded by both messages regarding government- run health care.

Aimy Steele described liberal Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez who supports eliminating the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency, eliminating the Homeland Security Department, and defunding and dismantling police departments-as her inspiration.

53%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Aimy Steele after learning this. This was the most persuasive message to soft Republicans and second most persuasive to soft Democrats.

Aimy Steele opposes tax relief for hardworking middle-class families.

54%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Aimy Steele after learning this.

Aimy Steele had an IRS tax lien filed against her for over twenty thousand dollars for not paying taxes.

55%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Aimy Steele after learning this. Steele’s desire to increase taxes on middle class individuals while not paying her own taxes was the third most persuasive message for soft Democrats.

Dr. Kristin Baker

Voters enthusiastically support Dr. Kristin Baker after hearing these positive messages:
Kristin Baker 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.

70%

of voters said they were more likely to vote for Dr. Baker after learning this. This was the most persuasive message to soft Democrats and Unaffiliated voters.

Kristin Baker 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.

69%

of voters said they were more likely to vote for Dr. Baker after learning this. This was the most persuasive message to soft Republicans, tied for the most persuasive to Unaffiliated voters, and third most persuasive to soft Democrats.

Kristin Baker voted to spend $20 million to fund behavioral health programs to assist North Carolinians during the Coronavirus outbreak.

62%

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

Kristin Baker voted for a bond proposal that will invest $1.5 billion in transportation improvements throughout the state, $800 million in K through 12 public schools, $600 million for the University of North Carolina system, and $200 million for the state’s community colleges.

62%

of voters said they were more likely to vote for Dr. Baker after learning this.

Kristin Baker is not a career politician, but instead is a physician specializing in psychiatry with over two decades of experience who will provide a unique perspective on health care issues in the General Assembly.

59%

of voters said they were more likely to vote for Dr. Baker after learning this. This was the most persuasive message to soft Republicans.