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Here we go again.

Another run for the state legislature, and now I am up against Rep. Alexander who has spent ten years in office and done nothing for this district, much less the state. While his heart may be in the right place, he seems to miss the point of HOW to create higher income for all citizens, HOW to raise people out of poverty, HOW to create an equitable justice system, and HOW to build affordable housing.

He doesn't have to worry about his livelihood as his family owns a funeral home, in fact the oldest African-American owned business in Mecklenburg County at 105 years old.

Before I tell you WHY my opponent is another disaster, please READ the chart (click READ MORE). In 2010, the Democrats had control of North Carolina for 138 years. And we had among the lowest standards for business, education and progress. Democrats had several generations to get things right, and they didn't, so what makes anyone think now they will magically empower people in North Carolina? In the few years Republicans have the state house North Carolina's rankings have shot up in every positive direction possible. 

CRITICAL UPDATE: Under Republican leadership for several years, North Carolina according to Forbes magazine has been rated the NUMBER ONE best state for business in the U.S. for the THIRD YEAR. After years of undoing the mess that Democrats made for 138 years, we are finally seeing the fruit of our labor. Let's keep that going...

I would like to address the main concerns that Mr. Alexander has touted as important for our district. Better yet, I will tell you HOW I intend to fix these things:

Please watch this Prager University video and you will understand the Democrat strategy of painting Republicans as racists. Frankly, we are sick and tired of being called names by our neighbors who only parrot what they've been told by a political party. We are your friends, neighbors, co-workers, teachers, volunteers, business owners, coaches, and customers. We deserve to be treated with respect. Until someone proves to you individually they are racist, stop calling people names. It hurts our community and country.

Carol Swain is a Professor of Political Science and Law at Vanderbilt University.

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And please watch what Dr. Alveda King (Martin Luther King's neice) has to say about racism today:

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Diamond and Silk nail it with this video:

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