Our 2022 Candidates
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U.S. House, District 7
NC General Assembly, Dist. 17
Cheri Beasley is a mom, former public defender, judge, and the first Black woman to serve as Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court. She’s spent her life fighting to uphold the law and keep communities safe – and as U.S. Senator, she’ll fight to lower costs, create good-paying jobs and expand access to affordable, quality health care in every part of North Carolina.
Cheri Beasley for North Carolina
PO Box 28778
Raleigh, NC 27611
William “Bill” Flythe
Charles Graham began his career in Pembroke as an educator assisting children with special needs. As a state Representative and local business owner, Charles has committed his adult life to fighting for all North Carolinians, to ensure every person has a fair chance to succeed and prosper. He is running for Congress to combat poverty and ensure the dignity of working people in all parts of our country.
Charles Graham for Congress
479 Bee Gee Road
Lumberton, NC 28358
Eric served in the U.S. Marines for 30 years and wants to continue to serve the people of Brunswick County. He brings fresh ideas to improve life in our fast-growing county, including: investing in education, protecting our environment, improving availability of affordable health care, and increasing workforce housing. Eric is proud to be endorsed by Planned Parenthood and Vote Vets.
Terashima for North Carolina
PO Box 2534
Shallotte, NC 28459
Bill Flythe has been a student, teacher, parent, PTA volunteer, and employee of a Fortune 100 company. He began life as the son of a sharecropper but went on to earn a Ph.D. in Physical Organic Chemistry. His top issues are to:
1) increase funding for public education,
2) improve school climate measures,
3) increase the number of educators of color,
4) decrease the high school dropout rate, and 5) promote the STEM curricula.
Committee for Bill Flythe
620 E Leonard St.
Southport, NC 28461
Cameron Hankins is willing and able to invest the time and energy needed for students in our post-pandemic public schools. He pledges to support our stellar teachers and staff, work on resolving overcrowding issues that hinder our children’s productivity, and listen to parents’ concerns. He asserts that together we can overcome the challenges in our community and build a secure and stronger future for our children.