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North Carolina House of Representatives
Rep. Justin P. Burr
1315 Legislative Building, Raleigh, NC 27601-1096
(919) 733-5908
Justin.Burr@ncleg.net

      


 


Senator Tom McInnis

2017-2018 Session

Republican - District 25 
AnsonRichmondRowanScotlandStanly

N.C. Senate
300 N Salisbury Street, Room 620 
Raleigh, NC 27603-5925

(919) 733-5953

Tom.McInnis@ncleg.net

Office:

620 Legislative Office Building

Terms in Senate:

2     (0 in House)

Occupation:

Vice-President, Iron Horse Auction Company, Inc.

Address:

P.O. Box 1331, Rockingham, NC 28380

 


November 12, 2018

Friends,

Last week, a record number of Americans exercised our constitutional right to vote. We saw the highest turnout for a midterm election since 1966. As Fort Bragg’s Congressman, I am constantly grateful for the sacrifices made by our men and women in uniform to preserve this right for all of us. That’s exactly why my wife Renee and our son Lane prayed for our veterans, active duty service members and their families as we headed to the polls. We are fortunate to live in the most vibrant democracy in the world.
 
As citizens, it is our duty to make our voices heard.
 
As you know, the midterm elections changed Washington’s landscape. Republicans lost control of the House of Representatives with Democrats gaining a slim majority, and Republicans maintained control of the Senate with an even bigger majority than before. We’ve seen a similar pattern like this over the years. On average, the president’s party has lost 32 House seats in a midterm election. And as recently as 2010, the president’s party lost 63 seats.
 
While I am disappointed to see Republicans lose our majority in the House, I am grateful for the opportunity to continue representing you in Congress. It’s humbling to know folks across our district overwhelmingly believe in my ongoing work to provide top-notch constituent services, rebuild our military, give veterans the care they deserve, back small businesses and support working families. I can assure you I will continue to be a conservative voice and stand up for our district’s priorities.
 
Across the country, it is clear Americans have divided opinions – and we have a divided government again. It is my hope that over the next two years Washington can avoid the partisan politics that has dogged our country before and continue to focus on real solutions. It is imperative that Republicans and Democrats come together to get things done. I’ve made working across the aisle a top priority since my first days in office, and I’ve had several bipartisan bills signed into law. In fact, a local paper in North Carolina applauded the bipartisan work of G. K. Butterfield, a Democrat from Wilson, and me earlier this year, saying “… there are thoughtful, hardworking lawmakers on both sides of the aisle working mightily to fix what’s broken.”
 
I hope we will see this kind of bipartisanship for the next two years and Democrats will work with Republicans and President Trump to build on the progress we’ve made. Because we’ve seen incredible results so far: the biggest tax cuts in history that have led to more jobs and more take-home pay; unprecedented resources and policy changes to fight the opioid epidemic; landmark VA reform to break the bureaucracy of the VA and give our veterans the care they deserve; anti-human trafficking legislation that has decreased online advertising for sex trafficking by 80%; policies to build the wall and protect our border, support ICE and target dangerous gangs like MS-13; and historic funding to rebuild our military and give our troops their largest pay raise in a decade.
 
At the end of the day, I identify as a conservative Republican. Some of my colleagues might identify as liberal Democrats. But we are first and foremost proud Americans working to better our country, and that’s the perspective I will continue to take into the work I do on your behalf in Congress.  

Until next week,

Richard Hudson

Member of Congress (NC-08)




 


 



 


 




 
































 




 




 









 

 

 

 

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