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Why Your Vote Matters

As I continue forward with my 2020 campaign for Iredell County Commissioner, it can be noted that the primary election, held on March 3, is only weeks away.

What is the importance of a primary election, you ask?

A primary election is a process by which voters can select their preferred candidate for a specific position, with the intention of narrowing down the field of candidates.

In Iredell County’s primary election, county residents will be voting on a few different positions, including choosing three new Iredell County Commissioners.

Our Iredell County Commissioners are composed of an elected, governing body who are responsible for formulating policy, directing a number of government services and appointing members of various boards and agencies to implement specific policies or to provide certain services that will benefit Iredell County and its citizens.

So why should you vote? Because your vote matters.

Voting is more than just filling-in a circle on a ballot. Behind every candidate’s name, there is a real person with real-life experience and real values. However, it is also important for voters to be aware that — regardless of party affiliation — not all candidates are the same.

As an Iredell County Commissioner political candidate, I look forward to earning your vote.

I am excited to interact with community members and introduce myself in a variety of ways. My goal is to let every potential voter know how much I care about Iredell County, how dedicated I am to advocating for education and workforce development, as well as my commitment to standing up for our law enforcement officers, firefighters, and other first-responders, as well as veterans.

But I need your help.

I am looking for a team of volunteers, who share my views and support my candidacy, to help me spread the word about my campaign and about my passion for community service. Having well-respected people from across the county, that are in support of me and my campaign, will be beneficial during in the March 3 primary election.

Ways you can help extend from knocking on doors, making phone calls, requesting a yard sign, or even sharing my political posts on social media.

If you are interested in becoming a part of this grassroots effort, or you wish to learn more about myself and my campaign, or even just to contact me, please visit

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