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

 


October 14, 2018

Friends,

As a father, one of the most important things I can teach my son is to treat others the way he wants to be treated. Thatís the Golden Rule. We should all work to set this example for Americaís children.
 
Thatís one reason why I am so encouraged when I hear of a politician, celebrity or professional athlete using their platform for the greater good. Take our new Carolina Panthers owner, David Tepper. After Hurricane Florence, he, Luke Kuechly, Cam Newton and nearly 80 staff members and players spent their time packing relief boxes for families.
 
In stark contrast, itís why I am so disappointed every time I hear of someone using their platform to provoke violence or incivility. Just last week, former Attorney General Eric Holder said of Republicans, ďWhen they go low, we kick Ďem. Thatís what this new Democratic Party is about.Ē Thatís the exact opposite of loving thy neighbor. And in a televised interview, Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said you ďcannot be civilĒ with members of the Republican Party.
 
What has happened to political discourse in our country? The hatred and anger Ė sometimes expressed behind a keyboard Ė and the inability to listen to and respect someone with a different opinion has sadly become the new normal. Have they forgotten last yearís terrible attack at a baseball field in Virginia by a deranged shooter who was targeting Republicans?
 
Inciting violence and stoking anger is irresponsible. Period.
 
As people of different political parties, we can disagree without being disagreeable. Itís no secret that I donít see eye-to-eye with my Democrat colleagues on every issue from time to time. But that doesnít mean I canít work with them to get things done.
 
Since my first days in office, Iíve worked hard to build relationships and navigate disagreements to find common ground. I will always stick to my conservative principles, but I am willing to work across the aisle and fight for you and your priorities.Thatís exactly how I began my first term when I had several pieces of bipartisan legislation signed by President Barack Obama and what I continue to do today.
 
Iím the 12th most conservative member of the House, but Iíve had tremendous success in bringing people together around bipartisan solutions to improve job-training programs, to combat the opioid epidemic, to improve care for our veterans, and to support our military. And Iím proud to have several Democrats support my Concealed Carry Reciprocity bill. I was able to get their support because Iím upfront and strive to have open and thoughtful discussions. And I listen.
 
Itís like my grandfather always told me, ďYou have two ears and one mouth for a reason.Ē
 
As your Congressman, I continue to work with President Trump Ė a Republican Ė and Governor Cooper Ė a Democrat Ė on Hurricane Florence recovery. And just last week, my bipartisan energy bill with Congresswoman Diana DeGette Ė a Democrat from Colorado Ė passed the Senate and is now on the way to becoming law. I believe there is plenty of room for common sense, bipartisan solutions like this.
 
At the end of the day, I understand people are frustrated with Washington. Thatís exactly why I first ran for Congress. I was fed up because our government wasnít listening to us and progress was jammed because of partisanship. I continue to hear your concerns and I will not stop fighting until you have a federal government that works for you.

Until Next Week

Richard Hudson

Member of Congress (NC-08)




 


 



 


 




 
































 




 




 









 

 

 

 

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