Candidate for North Carolina Governor
Dan Forest grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, and graduated from the College of Architecture at UNC Charlotte. In 2012, he was elected lieutenant governor of North Carolina, becoming only the second Republican elected to the office since 1897. In 2016, he became the first to ever be re-elected. Dan has continually advocated for policies that drive economic growth, create jobs, and spur innovation. Dan also spearheaded an initiative to connect every classroom in North Carolina with high-speed internet and championed a bill to preserve free speech rights on public college campuses — the first bill of its kind in the United States.
Dan Forest is the current Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina and Republican candidate for North Carolina Governor.
Candidate for North Carolina Lieutenant Governor
Mark Robinson grew up in Greensboro, North Carolina. He had to fight for his safety during the first few years of his life. Thankfully, after a few years with a caring family in the foster care system, he was able to reunite with his mother. Mark joined the Army reserves after high school and then continued his education at NC A&T. He has witnessed firsthand the negative effects of policies that don’t put America first. In recent years, Mark has had the opportunity to serve on the NRA National Outreach Board, interview with Fox and Friends, and Lara Trump. He is passionate about spreading the conservative message throughout North Carolina and is running for Lieutenant Governor.
Mark Robinson is the Republican candidate for North Carolina Lieutenant Governor.
Candidate for North Carolina Attorney General
A Duke Grad, Jim O’Neill has been a Forsyth County prosecutor for twenty-three years and has served as the Forsyth County District Attorney since 2009. Under his leadership, Winston-Salem was named North Carolina’s safest city. Jim lives in Winston-Salem with his wife and three children. Jim is hoping to bring his prosecutorial experience to the Attorney General position. As Attorney General, Jim would fight to clear the backlog of untested rape kits, combat our state’s opioid crisis, and bring safety, security, and justice to our state.
Jim O’Neill is the Republican candidate for North Carolina Attorney General.
Candidate for North Carolina State Treasurer
Dale Folwell has achieved decades of experience as a highly successful Investor and Financial Consultant. In addition, he has served as Assistant Secretary of Commerce, two years as Speaker Pro Tempore of the North Carolina House of Representatives, four terms as Representative to the North Carolina House, and eight years on the Winston-Salem-Forsyth County School Board.
Dale has spent many hours volunteering his time helping others and working for charities. He is known across the state as an intelligent, honest person with a big heart. A man of his word, Dale Folwell has a proven track record of working hard and getting things fixed.
Dale Folwell is now the current and Republican candidate for North Carolina State Treasurer.
Candidate for North Carolina Commissioner of Labor
A North Carolina native, Josh Dobson has received degrees from three North Carolina institutions. He has served four terms representing the people of Avery, McDowell and Mitchel counties. Currently serving as Chairman of the Appropriations Committee, as well Chairman of the Health Policy Committee, Josh has worked diligently to find consensus while producing conservative common-sense solutions for the people of North Carolina. Josh resides with his wife of seventeen years, Valerie, and daughter, Kennedy, in Nebo, North Carolina.
Josh Dobson is the Republican candidate for North Carolina Commissioner of Labor.
Candidate for North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction
Catherine lives in Cary, North Carolina with her husband Jeff who is an Attorney and Captain in the U.S. Navy Reserves. They have three children in Wake County Public Schools. Catherine serves as the Chancellor for Western Governors University North Carolina, a non-profit, completely online university that dedicated to changing lives through higher education. From 2015 to 2016, Catherine served as Senior Education Advisor to Governor Pat McCrory. In this role, Catherine coordinated policy for all facets of public education. From Pre-K through the UNC System, Catherine worked to ensure all North Carolina students receive the high-quality education they need to be college and career ready in a global economy.
Catherine Truitt is now the Republican candidate for North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Candidate for North Carolina Auditor
Anthony Street is a native and a resident of Brunswick County. It has always been Anthony’s desire to be a public servant that fights for the citizens of North Carolina - that was the motivating factor when Anthony began pursuing graduating from UNC-Wilmington. He later went on to obtain a Master’s Degree in Public Administration at UNC-Pembroke. Since then, he has worked in the fields of Nuclear Security, Commercial Fishing, and operating a small business. He also owns a small farm in Sampson County.
Anthony’s career in public service has included having the honor of serving on the Brunswick County Soil and Water Board where he currently is in his second term of office. He and his fellow Board members have worked tirelessly to help preserve the backbone of North Carolina’s economy by ensuring that taxpayers dollars were invested in a manner in which financial benefits and returns would not only be guaranteed but maximized by committing spending to increase agricultural production while also promoting conservation and education.
Anthony Street is now the Republican candidate for North Carolina State Auditor.
Candidate for North Carolina Secretary of State
As a successful business leader, E.C. Sykes knows better than anyone how to help hard-working families of North Carolina. Where career politicians have failed, E.C. will succeed by bringing transparency and efficiency to our state government with commonsense policies like honoring the rule of law, cutting waste, limiting the size of government, and restoring citizens’ confidence in our government. E.C. passionately supports conservative principles, such as limited government, sanctity of life and religious liberty. With his long and proven experience in business, he is the only candidate who can remove the barriers to economic growth, foster job creation, and improve the business environment.
E.C. Sykes is the Republican candidate for North Carolina Secretary of State.
Candidate for North Carolina Commissioner of Agriculture
Steve Troxler was raised in the Guilford County community of Browns Summit and has spent his entire career in agriculture as founder, owner, and operator of Troxler Farms. Over the years, the family-owned farm has produced tobacco, wheat, vegetables, and soybeans. Since taking office in 2005, Troxler has focused on developing new markets for N.C. farm products, preserving working farms, and protecting the state’s food supply. In the 2016 election, he received more votes than any other candidate on the ballot. His support of agritourism and several major tourism projects in the state earned him the 2014 Public Service Award from N.C. Travel Industry Association and in 2015, he was recognized with a Distinguished Alumni Award from N.C. State University College of Agriculture.
Steve Troxler is the current and Republican candidate for North Carolina Commissioner of Agriculture.
Candidate for North Carolina Commissioner of Insurance
Mike Causey has twenty-five years of experience working in insurance. He is also a military Veteran and understands the laws. As a candidate for Commissioner of Insurance, Mike Causey promised to put you and your concerns first, and he has done just that since taking office. Mike has fought for North Carolina policyholders and consumers by opposing rate hikes on homeowner’s insurance and car insurance. He has cracked down on insurance fraud – saving policyholders and arresting more than one thousand people who were gaming the system, which costs all of us.
Mike Causey is the Republican candidate for North Carolina Commissioner of Insurance.