NC US House Members

The current US house members consist of 10 Republicans:
George Holding District 2 since 2013 (retiring);
Greg Murphy District 3 since 2020 (renominated);
Virginia Foxx District 5 since 2005 (renominated);
Mark Walker District 6 since 2015 (retiring);
David Rouzer District 7 since 2015 (renominated);
Richard Hudson District 8 since 2013 (renominated);
Dan Bishop District 9 since 2020 (renominated);
Patrick Henry District 10 since 2005 (renominated);
Mark Meadows District 11 since 2013 (renominated);
Ted Budd District 13 since 2017  (renominated);

and 3 Democrats:
G. K. Butterfield District 1 since 2004 (renominated);
David Price District 4 since 1997 (renominated);
Alma Adams District 12 since 2015 (renominated);

G. K. Butterfield

Current Position: US Representative for District 1 since 2004
Affiliation: Democrat
Candidate: 2020 US Representative

In Congress, Butterfield is a champion of affordable health care, education, investments in rural communities, veterans, renewable energies, and federal programs that support low-income and middle-class Americans.

Butterfield serves in the Democratic leadership as Chief Deputy Whip and is a past Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus (114th Congress). He sits on the influential Committee on Energy & Commerce where he serves as the Vice Chair of the Subcommittee on Health. In addition, he serves as a member of the Subcommittees of Communications and Technology and Energy. In the 116th Congress, Congressman Butterfield also sits on the Committee on House Administration where serves as a member of the Subcommittee on Elections.

George Holding

Current Position: US Representative since 2013
Affiliation: Republican

As United States Attorney, his priorities included prosecution of violent felons, drug offenses, child pornography, and political corruption. Holding prosecuted a U.S. Congressman, the Speaker of the North Carolina House, a judge, a state senator, a state representative, and several sheriffs for political corruption and a major terrorism case. When Holding left office, the average sentence in drug trafficking cases in eastern North Carolina was well above the national average.

Source: Government page

Greg Murphy

Current Position: US Representative since 2020
Affiliation: Republican
Candidate: 2020 US Representative

As a newcomer to politics Dr. Murphy served in the North Carolina House of Representatives from 2015 to 2019. During his second term in the General Assembly, he served as Senior Chair of Health Policy and Chair of Health and Human Services Appropriations.

While he was successful in getting a variety of legislation passed, he was the Primary Sponsor of both the STOP Act and the HOPE Act, North Carolina’s two main legislative actions to combat the Opioid Crisis. He led efforts to combat waste, fraud and abuse in the state’s Medicaid system which saved the state hundreds of millions of dollars during his tenure.

Source: Government page

David Price

Current Position: US Representative since 1997
Affiliation: Democrat
Candidate: 2020 US Representative

David Price represents North Carolina’s Fourth District a rapidly growing, research-and-education-focused district that includes all of Orange County, the majority of Wake County, and the southern part of Durham County. He received his undergraduate degree at UNC-Chapel Hill and went on to Yale University to earn a Bachelor of Divinity as well as a Ph.D. in Political Science.

Before he began serving in Congress in 1987, David was a professor of political science and public policy at Duke University.  He is the author of four books on Congress and the American political system.

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Virginia Foxx

Current Position: US Representative since 2005
Affiliation: Republican
Candidate: 2020 US Representative

Congresswoman Virginia Foxx represents North Carolina’s 5th District in the United States House of Representatives. Throughout her time in Congress, Foxx has established herself as a champion of conservative values and has helped lead the national movements to reduce federal government spending and increase government oversight and accountability.

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Mark Walker

Current Position: US Representative for District 6 since 2015
Affiliation: Republican

With a passion to make a difference and a heart for all communities, Walker was sworn-in January 2015 and immediately became an acclaimed leader on Capitol Hill, fighting to prevent the return of earmarks, cut wasteful spending and bring accountability to government bureaucracy. He became a champion for school choice and opportunities for children, working to remove Washington from our classrooms, and has ushered policies that improve veterans’ care and services, closing hundreds of cases throughout North Carolina.

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David Rouzer

Current Position: US Representative for District 7 since 2015
Affiliation: Republican
Candidate: 2020 US Representative for District 7

In his work on Capitol Hill, David was a senior staffer for former U.S. Senator Jesse Helms and U.S. Senator Elizabeth Dole where he helped write numerous federal statutes and developed a distinct reputation among members and their respective staffs for his advice and work.

As a member of the North Carolina Senate, David consistently ranked as one of the most effective pro-business legislators during his two terms (2009 – 2012) representing Johnston and Wayne County. During his tenure, he was co-chairman of the Agriculture and Environment Committee, co-chairman of the Joint Regulatory Reform Committee, and chairman of the Senate Environmental Review Commission.

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Richard Hudson

Current Position: US Representative since 2013
Affiliation: Republican
Candidate: 2020 US Representative

In Congress, Richard is committed to working across the aisle to find solutions to create jobs, cut spending and keep our homeland secure, and he has demonstrated that can be done without compromising core principles.

Richard is the most effective legislator from North Carolina according to the Center for Effective Lawmaking, he was named the 12th most conservative Member of the House in the 113th Congress by National Journal, and he has an A+ rating from the National Rifle Association (NRA) for his unwavering defense of our 2nd Amendment rights.

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Dan Bishop

Current Position: US Representative for District 9 since 2020
Affiliation: Republican
Candidate: 2020 US Senator

In the General Assembly, Dan fought to keep North Carolina families safe from dangerous sanctuary city policy. He cut taxes, limited spending, reduced family healthcare costs, invested in public schools, expanded school choice, raised teacher pay, safeguarded the Second Amendment, passed Voter ID, fought to protect life, cut regulations and helped North Carolina’s economy create hundreds of thousands of new jobs.

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Patrick McHenry

Current Position: US Representative for District 10 since 2005
Affiliation: Republican
Candidate: 2020 US Senator

Congressman McHenry’s interest in crowdfunding and capital formation more broadly developed as a child, when his father attempted to grow a small business but struggled for financing. It was this experience—and the lack of small business financing in rural western North Carolina—that drove Congressman McHenry to become a leader on crowdfunding, capital formation, and other forms of disruptive finance.

Recently this has expanded to encompass fintech as he works with industry leaders to discover innovative ways to combine finance and technology with the goal of expanding access to capital for America’s entrepreneurs and small businesses.

Source: Government page

Mark Meadows

Current Position: US Representative since 2013
Affiliation: Republican

During his time in the House, Rep. Meadows has been a known champion for fiscal responsibility, accountable government, pro-growth economic policies, pro-family and pro-life initiatives, and a strong military. Meadows’s office is widely known in North Carolina and on Capitol Hill for providing top notch constituent services—particularly in service of Veterans and military members.

Rep. Meadows has developed a reputation on Capitol Hill as a principled conservative with a unique ability to communicate, negotiate, and find consensus among members with differing opinions.

Source: Government page

Alma Adams

Current Position: US Representative for District 12 since 2015
Affiliation: Democrat
Candidate: 2020 US Representative

Representative Adams serves on the Committee on Financial Services; Committee on Education & Labor and the Committee on Agriculture. She holds several leadership roles as Chairwoman of the Committee on Education & Labor’s Subcommittee on Workforce Protections and Vice Chairwoman to the Committee on Agriculture. Congresswoman Adams serves on the Workforce Protections and Higher Education and Workforce Investment (Committee on Education and Labor); Nutrition, Oversight, and Department Operations (Committee on Agriculture); Diversity and Inclusion (Committee on Financial Services).

One of her outstanding legislative accomplishments is the enactment of H.R. 5363, the Fostering Undergraduate Talent by Unlocking Resources for Education (FUTURE) Act that permanently provides funding totaling $255 million a year for all Minority-Serving Institutions, including $85 million for HBCUs.

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Ted Budd

Current Position: US Representative for District 13 since 2017
Affiliation: Republican
Candidate: 2020 US Representative

Ted brings an outsider’s perspective to Washington having never held elective office. When an opportunity presented itself after redistricting opened up North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District, Ted decided to run and offered to bring a different perspective to our nation’s capital.

Ted sits on the Financial Services Committee where he uses his real world experience to roll back the restrictive regulations that strangle job creation in this country. Working at a young age for his family’s janitorial and landscaping business, Ted learned the importance of work ethic and common sense decision making.

Source: Government page

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