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NC – Most Improved Tax Climate in the Nation

As I pointed out in the last post, our state’s economy is growing much faster than the national average. This is in large part to creating a business-friendly environment with major reforms to the tax and regulatory codes. The Wall Street Journal says North Carolina’s reforms make us the most improved tax climate in the […]

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North Carolina’s Economic Turnaround

The results speak for themselves. Freeing up businesses to create jobs by lowering taxes and reducing the regulatory burden is the proven path to growth. If you get government off the people’s back, it’s amazing what they can accomplish. North Carolina has “a year-over-year growth rate of 2.7 percent, far higher than the national average […]

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North Carolina on the Ascent

Forbes has a very informative article on why our state has received the highest marks on our fiscal report card. Due to the reforms put in place by the Republican-led General Assembly, our state is on the right path and creating jobs again. “In 2013, North Carolina’s economy grew 30 percent faster than the national […]

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Check-out my candidate profile in the Mountaineer

This candidate profile on the Mountaineer’s website has my answers to many questions about my positions on various issues. Please see the link if you want to know more. http://themountaineer.villagesoup.com/p/candidate-profile-sen-jim-davis/1251373

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NC Right to Life Endorsement

I’m happy to accept North Carolina Right to Life’s endorsement of my candidacy. As a society, we should strive to uphold the dignity of all human life.

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NC Education Spending

  During my recent debate with Jane Hipps, I used a chart to show the truth about North Carolina’s education spending in the past few budgets. As you can see, the state spending has increased significantly since the Republicans assumed leadership of the General Assembly. Federal stimulus money that the Democrats used to pad the […]

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Debate at WCU on 10/2/14

Tomorrow evening, Jane Hipps and I will debate at Western Carolina University. It promises to be a lively discussion on where we’ve come from and the direction our state should now take. I invite all voters in the 50th district to come and hear both sides so you can make an informed decision come November. […]

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The Facts On Education Spending

I prefer FACTS over emotion. With that in mind, I share the following: Sep. 18th, 2014 The Facts on Education Spending By Sarah Curry It is an election year, and that means our televisions and radio are littered with campaign ads. Advertisements try to persuade you to vote for candidates based upon their morals, past […]

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Honoring the US Constitution at SCC

September 17th is celebrated as Constitution Day across the country. I was given the opportunity to speak at Southwestern Community College on the importance of this great document in history and why it has made us an exceptional nation. We had a strong showing of around 90 show up to honor our founding document and […]

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Promises Kept – Legislative Accomplishments

There is no doubt the 2013-2014 session drove positive change for North Carolina.  Our focus during this two-year biennium remained clear — to pass long overdue reforms to improve North Carolina’s public schools, strengthen the economy and restore the state as a leader in job growth. More than three and a half years ago, Republicans […]

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