On today’s Viewpoint page, four groups offer N.C. legislators advice on what to do during the short session of the General Assembly that begins this week. As residents of North Carolina, you should weigh in as well.
N.C. lawmakers are your employees. You elected them. Your tax dollars pay their salaries and expenses. The policy choices they make will have direct impact on your life and livelihood.
So, like the groups represented here, tell lawmakers what is important to you. Tell them what you expect them to accomplishthis session.
Below are the names and email addresses of the Mecklenburg County legislative delegation. Other N.C. lawmakers can be reached through the General Assembly’s website: www.ncleg.net. You may also reach lawmakers by calling 919-733-4111. Please provide the legislator’s name and district.
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Speak up and let lawmakers know your wishes.
Rob Bryan (R-88), Rob.Bryan@ncleg.net
Charles Jeter (R-92), Charles.Jeter@ncleg.net
Thom Tillis (R-98), Speaker of the House, Thom.Tillis@ncleg.net
Rodney W. Moore (D-99), Rodney.Moore@ncleg.net
Tricia Ann Cotham (D-100), Tricia.Cotham@ncleg.net
Beverly M. Earle (D-101), Beverly.Earle@ncleg.net
Becky Carney (D-102), House Ethics Co-Chair Becky.Carney@ncleg.net
William Brawley (R-103), House Transportation Co-Chair Bill.Brawley@ncleg.net
Ruth Samuelson (R-104), House Republican Conference Leader, Ruth.Samuelson@ncleg.net
Jacqueline Michelle Schaffer (R-105), Jacqueline.Schaffer@ncleg.net
Carla D. Cunningham (D-106), Carla.Cunningham@ncleg.net
Kelly M. Alexander, Jr. (D-107), Kelly.Alexander@ncleg.net
Jeff Jackson (D-37), Jeff.Jackson@ncleg.net (replaced Dan Clodfelter, who was appointed Charlotte’s mayor)
Joel D. Ford (D-38), Joel.Ford@ncleg.net
Bob Rucho (R-39), Senate Finance Co-Chair Bob.Rucho@ncleg.net
Malcolm Graham (D-40), Malcolm.Graham@ncleg.net
Jeff Tarte (R-41), Jeff.Tarte@ncleg.net