The N.C. General Assembly appears poised to enact new voter identification requirements in the near future.
Early on, I learned that a job worth doing is a job worth doing right.
Whether the setting is Raleigh or Washington, the tax reform debate will inevitably come down to one Big Question: Are you willing to trade current tax preferences for lower tax rates?
Are you tired of the partisan divisiveness that is poisoning the political environment of our state and nation?
For the past four years leaders in Washington have promised the American people that the only path to a strong economy is through massive federal spending. The result? One of the slowest and flattest economic recoveries since World War II and higher unemployment in North Carolina today than when the President first took office.
The problems facing our nation are numerous, complex, and cannot be solved in a single night, but I am hopeful the President will work with Congress to fix our entitlement programs so they are viable for future generations of Americans and reform our tax code so that we can encourage economic growth, promote job creation, and provide a prosperous future for American families and businesses.