North Carolina is holding elections, including for city council and state legislative and executive offices, on Nov. 7, 2023, and March 5, 2024, respectively. A number of candidates running in these elections completed Ballotpedia’s Candidate Connection survey. These survey responses allow voters to hear directly from candidates about what motivates them to run for office.
Below is a selection of responses from the candidates who filled out the survey as of Oct. 3. To read each candidate’s full responses, click his or her name at the bottom of the article.
C. Robert Brawley (R) is running for North Carolina Commissioner of Insurance, and the Republican primary is on March 5. Here’s how Brawley responded to the question: What areas of public policy are you personally passionate about?
“Making sure the people of North Carolina are treated fairly equally. By working together and communicating with each other we get better results.”
Click here to read the rest of Brawley’s answers.
Tiawana Deling Brown (D) is running for Charlotte City Council District 3, and the general election is on Nov. 7. Here’s how Brown responded to the question: What areas of public policy are you personally passionate about?
“Racial Equality for everyone.”
Click here to read the rest of Brown’s answers.
Abbie Lane (D) is running for North Carolina House of Representatives District 23, and the Democratic primary is on March 5. Here’s how Lane responded to the question: What areas of public policy are you personally passionate about?
“…access to affordable housing … access to high quality public education that is also equal regardless of what neighborhood you call home … We can’t allow rural areas to continue to fall further behind in job creations, livable wages, education, healthcare, technology, etc. …”
Click here to read the rest of Lane’s answers.
If you’re a North Carolina candidate or incumbent, click here to take the survey. The survey contains over 30 questions, and you can choose the ones you feel will best represent your views to voters. If you complete the survey, a box with your answers will display on your Ballotpedia profile. Your responses will also populate the information that appears in our mobile app, My Vote Ballotpedia.