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As a candidate in a district that is made up of hard working folks, and the largest concentration of state employees outside of Raleigh, fundraising to combat special interest money is quite a challenge. It seems that spending time talking about the issues we face and possible solutions would be a better way to get to know a candidate than raising money and sending biased mailers.
Voting should be easy, not increasingly difficult. I support automatic voter registration and longer early voting periods.
Elections in 2016 are key to the redistributing that will occur after the census in 2020. Common sense legislators should support non-partisan redistricting that accurately reflect our population not desires political dominance.
Special interest, dark money, is silencing the will of the voter. If a candidate is willing to accept money, they should be courageous enough to disclose the source. This is a clear indicator of ideology and direction of leadership.