Thursday, October 18, 2018

Updated 2018 Property Rights Candidates

NC HOUSE PRIORITIES
Rep. Ted Davis – HD19
Rep. Holly Grange – HD20
Rep. Nelson Dollar – HD36
Rep. Jonathan Jordan – HD93
Rep. Jason Saine – HD97
Rep. Bill Brawley – HD103
Rep. Brian Turner – HD 116

 NC SENATE PRIORITIES 
Sen. Don Davis – SD05
Sen. Michael Lee – SD09
Sen. Wesley Meredith – SD19
Sen. Rick Gunn – SD24
Sen. Tom McGinnis – SD25
Sen. Jeff Tarte – SD41

 LOCAL ELECTION PRIORITIES 
Com. Skip Watkins, New Hanover County
Hoke County Slate Card
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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

2018 Property Rights Candidates

Tom McInnis – SD 25

Senator McInnis is a strong proponent of property rights and fights for North Carolinians. In 2016, Senator McInnis introduced a bill entitled “Prevent Squatting in Foreclosed Real Property” to do just that.
Vickie Sawyer – SD 34

Sawyer, along with her husband, own Sawyer Insurance & Financial Services, a small business they began together in Mooresville in 2002. She serves as treasurer for the Iredell County Republican Party, chairman of the Board for Iredell County Crosby Scholars and is a member of the Iredell County Planning Board. She was the past representative of the Iredell County Republican Party to the 9th Congressional District, served on the Iredell County School Facilities Task Force, co-chaired the successful 2014 school bond referendum committee and president of Lakeshore Elementary and Middle School Parent Teach Organizations. Sawyer also has been active as a youth and women’s softball coach and is a trustee of her church, Rocky Mount United Methodist.
Ben Clark – SD 21

Clark earned his B.S. in industrial technology from North Carolina A & T State University in 1981 and his MBA from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. Clark has been an assistant professor of aerospace studies at North Carolina A & T State University. He served in the United States Air Force for 20 years, including stints as a radio spectrum manager and operations manager.
Frank Iler – HD 17

Iler earned his B.A. in business from Campbell University. His professional experience includes working as an accountant and business owner prior to retirement.
Ted Davis Jr. – HD 19

Davis Jr. introduced HB 151 which helped protect the Real Estate Broker in vacation rental transactions across North Carolina. Rep. Davis is a licensed attorney. 
Jon Hardister – HD 59

Jon Hardister is a graduate of Greensboro College and resident of Greensboro, NC. In the House, Rep. Hardister has worked to ensure competitive taxes, reduced regulations, and workforce retraining.
Jay Adams – HD 96

Adams earned his B.S. in education from the Citadel. His professional experience includes working as a real estate broker, for SIECOR as a Technical Communications Specialist and for Deville Furniture. Adams currently serves on the City of Hickory's Brownfield Advisory Group. He has served on numerous boards and committees in the Catawba County Chamber of Commerce, the Western Piedmont Council of Governments and the City of Hickory. Furthermore, Rep. Adams has engaged with members of the public through town halls in his district.
Jason Saine – HD 97

Rep. Saine has been awarded “Clean Energy Champion” by the Lincoln Economic Development Association; “Representative of the Year” by the Children’s Advocacy Centers of North Carolina; and, “Defender of Public Safety” by the North Carolina Sheriff’s Association. 
Kelly Hastings – HD 110

Hastings earned his bachelor's degree from Appalachian State University. He later earned a graduate certificate in teaching at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. His professional experience includes working as a realtor. 
Amos Quick – HD 58

Representative Quick served on the Guilford County School Board, where he helped secure a grant that offered graduating seniors the opportunity to attend college on a full scholarship. Since being elected to the state house in 2016, Rep. Quick has focused on reinvesting in Guilford County and supporting education. 
Carla Cunningham – HD 106

Rep. Cunningham was elected to the house in 2012, wherein she serves on prestigious committees such as Appropriations, Commerce and Job Development, Energy and Public Utilities, and Health Care Reform. 

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Thursday, October 5, 2017

Monday, June 5, 2017

Joel Ford will open the door for the future of Charlotte.


He is a small business owner and understands the challenges the business community faces in Mecklenburg County. Joel has served our state as a Senator in the General Assembly, and he’ll continue his record of honest, common-sense governance for the City of Charlotte. Make the smart move and vote Joel Ford for Mayor of Charlotte.
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Thursday, October 6, 2016

Candidates Who'll Protect Your Property Rights In Office


The NC Property Rights Fund supports candidates who place homeowner and property owner rights at the forefront of their legislative interests. Help us keep North Carolina the smart move for businesses, families, and thriving communities by supporting candidates who protect our values and our local economies.

Tamara Barringer (17th State Senate District) 

John Bradford (98th State House District) 

Bill Brawley (103rd State House District) 

Rob Bryan (88th State House District) 

Nelson Dollar (36th State House District)

Randy Barnett (Cherokee County Commission)

Royce Bennett (Onslow County Commission) 

Jan Lukens (Cherokee County Commission)

Laura Y. Anderson (Register of Deeds for Burke County)

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Monday, February 29, 2016


The NC Property Rights Fund supports candidates for public office who will protect the rights of property owners and consumers in North Carolina.

The PRF promotes a common-sense legislative agenda supported by both sides of the political aisle. We seek to create and defend legislation that positively affects property owners’ bottom line. Issues such as the Mortgage Interest Deduction, fair property insurance ratemaking processes, and services such as the Underground Storage Tank Fund are important to North Carolina citizens. The PRF seeks to build a political environment in which these crucial provisions are protected by responsible legislators who respect their constituents’ rights.

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