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N.C. House (District 98)

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  • John R. Bradford III
    (Rep)

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    Christy Clark
    (Dem)

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What are your top 2 priorities for action in the General Assembly? (40 words maximum)

Should the NC legislature take action to raise the state minimum wage and also promote pay equity across race and gender for the same job – or should these be left to businesses? (30 words maximum)

What is the best way to handle the redistricting process after the 2020 Census? (30 words maximum)

What are 2 priority actions for the state to improve K-12 public education? (30 words maximum)

Should NC municipalities have the authority to create police-community review boards with subpoena, investigative and disciplinary powers? (briefly respond in 15 words maximum)

Explain your position on off-shore drilling for North Carolina. (briefly respond in 15 words maximum)

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Experience (35 words max) For the past five years, I have advocated for gun violence prevention, serving as the North Carolina Chapter Leader of Moms Demand Action. As a Certified Paralegal, I work with small business owners and entrepreneurs.
3 favorite endorsements for this election Lillian's List; NC League of Conservation Voters; Equality NC
My two top priorities for the campaign are: 1. Common sense gun legislation including universal background checks for all gun sales. 2. Supporting and valuing public education and teachers, including increasing per-pupil spending and teacher pay.
We can not rely on businesses to assure equity for all. I support raising the minimum wage and assuring that all qualified individuals are being treated and paid fairly.
Districts should be drawn fairly, in a nonpartisan manner. I support an impartial commission which will use the revised census to design districts according to population and not party affiliation.
1. Increase per-pupil spending from 39th in the country to provide textbooks and other necessary supplies. 2. Pay teachers what they are worth rather than almost $10,000 below the national average.
Communities should have the authority to create an independent review board.
Off-shore drilling threatens the industry, the environment, and our pristine coastal beauty. I am against it.