Please use the feature below to view candidates on your ballot. All candidates were invited to submit a profile for the voter guide.

N.C. House (District 19)

Click a candidate icon to find more information about the candidate. To compare two candidates, click the "compare" button. To start over, click a candidate icon.

  • Ted Davis, Jr.
    (Rep)

  • Candidate picture

    Marcia Morgan
    (Dem)

  • Candidate picture

    David Perry
    (Lib)

Social Media

Biographical Information

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)

Candidate response is not yet available.
Candidate response is not yet available.
Candidate response is not yet available.
Candidate response is not yet available.
Candidate response is not yet available.
Candidate response is not yet available.
Experience (35 words max) A former educator and career military officer, my professions let me see life through the lens of my students, soldiers and superiors and offer my talents to guide and shape their lives and decisions.
3 favorite endorsements for this election Emily’s List, NC State AFL-CIO, Sierra Club
* Work to bring environmentally responsible businesses to our area.

* GenX is a huge concern in my district, so immediately getting our citizens clean drinking water is one of my top priorities. A year+ drinking toxic water is unacceptable.
Yes, the legislature should take action. Data shows that “hoping” corporate America does the right thing isn’t enough; we must create fair pay standard for all citizens.
Technology allows us to minimize biased human involvement in the redistricting process. Appoint a bipartisan committee to choose democratic contractor/tools and parse the data scientifically and democratically.
* Restore quality public education through increased teacher salaries, incentives for tenure and advanced degrees, and restore benefits.

* Overhaul the voucher program, creating transparency/accountability for nontraditional public schools receiving tax dollars.
Yes, provided there are processes for filing complaints, investigating requests, and volunteer training.
Offshore drilling/seismic testing shouldn’t be entertained as options for our vibrant but delicate coastlines.
Experience (35 words max) I have no direct political experience. However, my experience in organizing and developing large software projects should prove invaluable.
3 favorite endorsements for this election The endorsement of my wife (Marlisa) and my two step-children (Kate & Lakyn)!
Legalizing medical marijuana statewide to help patients and reduce the opiate addiction rate. Eliminate the state income tax, and replace with county income tax, capped at 3%, for individuals and corporations alike.
Minimum wage laws decrease entry level jobs and deplete income pool for skilled workers who deserves raises. Affirmative action is discrimination. Employment decisions should be solely based on performance.
Our counties should be the districts. Each county would get one State Senator, and number of State Reps based off population. All US House Reps chosen by statewide vote.
1. Eliminate State Income Tax; Counties fund & manage their public schools. Per-Pupil funding remains state responsibility. 2. Allow school vouchers for ALL students. Per-Pupil funding should follow the student
Yes! We should increase salaries and standards for law enforcement. Will weed out bad cops.
Voters should decide. If so, dividend checks to taxpayers and strong environmental safeguards.