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Featured Candidates

Michael Garrett, Senate District 27

Michael Garrett, Senate District 27

Michael Garrett has been a state senator since 2019, after winning in the 2018 election. In that short time, he’s distinguished himself as a strong advocate for equality and leader within the halls of power. His priorities include education, healthcare, the economy, and the environment. He’ll do us proud again in the General Assembly.

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Allison Dahle, House District 11

Allison Dahle, House District 11

A proud Raleigh native, Allison Dahle wants to keep students safe and show educators the respect they deserve. She received her BA in Theatre and Speech from the University of South Carolina and has served on various boards and associations over the years. Additionally, she has taken on voluntary roles, including President of Carolina Designers Craftsman Guild, Pullen Memorial Baptist Church, Mothers Demand Action, ARC of North Carolina, Young Adult Institute, Planned Parenthood and the Women’s March.

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Brandon Gray, House District 62

Brandon Gray, House District 62

This 24-year-old Political Science Major was born and raised in Guilford County. Although he is new to the political world, Brandon wants to help and serve the district and the state that he loves. His priorities include creating more living-wage jobs in his district, improving schools, raising teacher pay, making sure kids and communities are safe, and providing health insurance for all North Carolinians who want it.

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Recent News

Vote 2020: Here's what you need to know about the candidates for NC lieutenant governor

Vote 2020: Here's what you need to know about the candidates for NC lieutenant governor

Republican Mark Robinson, a factory worker, husband and grandfather is running on a conservative platform. His challenger, Yvonne Holley, is a mother and four-term state representative for Raleigh's District 38. Both candidates, if elected, would make history as the first Black person to hold the title in North Carolina. Holley would be the second woman to do so. A East Carolina University election poll shows the two are tied among likely voters.

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Support Cooper-Suggs for NC House

Support Cooper-Suggs for NC House

Linda Cooper-Suggs is running to keep the N.C. House District 24 seat. Linda filled the House seat left vacant by Jean Farmer-Butterfield in July.

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Jenna Wadsworth Looks to Make History In Upcoming Election

Jenna Wadsworth Looks to Make History In Upcoming Election

Jenna Wadsworth has already made history once. While in college in 2010, she became the youngest woman elected to public office in North Carolina. Now, she hopes to make history again. She's running for the Agriculture Commissioner position. If she wins, she'll be the first openly LGBTQ constitutional officer in the state.

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