OnAir state Hub: nc.onair.cc
Lead onAir Chapter: @University of North Carolina
North Carolina is located in the Southern region of the USA with Atlanta as its capital. The North Carolina legislature has 56 Senate members and 180 House members. North Carolina’s current political leaders are:
Governor Roy Cooper (D) since 2017
Lt. Governor Diane Primavera (D) since 2019
Attorney General, Phil Weiser (D) since 2019
Seeking: Executive Director
Start July 1, 2020. Commitment through November 3, 2020 elections. Needs to live in or near the capital.
North Carolina onAir Mission:
North Carolina onAir organizes students and members of affiliated nonpartisan organizations to become engaged in and impact state and federal North Carolina politics facilitating a more civil, collaborative, and vibrant democracy in the state.
North Carolina onAir Hub members/curators aggregate information and media-rich content on elections and governance so North Carolinaresidents can learn more about and interact with their representatives and each other on the issues important to them.
Our lead onAir chapter to be started with University of North Carolina students, faculty, and staff will coordinate student curators from North Carolina colleges, universities, and high schools.
We are currently looking for student curators who are attending any North Carolina college or university. To learn more about becoming an North Carolina onAir curator as well as interning with, donating to, and sponsoring North Carolina onAir, go to this post on the US onAir central Hub.
US House members
North Carolina District 1: G. K. Butterfield (D) since 2004
North Carolina District 2: George Holding (R) since 2013
North Carolina District 3: Greg Murphy (R) since 2019
North Carolina District 4: David Price (D) since 1997
North Carolina District 5: Virginia Foxx (R) since 2005
North Carolina District 6: Mark Walker (R) since 2015
North Carolina District 7: David Rouzer (R) since 2015
North Carolina District 8: Richard Hudson (R) since 2013
North Carolina District 9: Dan Bishop (R) since 2020
North Carolina District 10: Patrick McHenry (R) since 2005
North Carolina District 11: Mark Meadows (R) since 2013
North Carolina District 12: Alma Adams (D) since 2014
North Carolina District 13: Ted Budd (R) since 2017