Al is running to represent the 76th in Raleigh because she will fight to end poverty, push for a $15.00 living wage, expand Medicaid, reform our criminal justice system and support public schools, teachers and children.
Most importantly, Al knows your VOTE is your VOICE. She will fight for you to have fair and equal access to the ballot.
Remember to vote on November 3!
Al made history in 2017 as the first African American woman elected to the Salisbury City Council. She served as mayor, another historic first for the City. She was re-elected to a second term on City Council in November 2019 and now serves as the mayor pro tem. Al is running for election to NC House District 76.
“I’m not going anywhere. I will continue to serve my constituents in Salisbury as a City Council member and mayor pro tem, and then as their state representative in Raleigh. During my time as mayor, I learned firsthand how much control and influence the General Assembly has over municipal governments and budgets. I believe I can be an even stronger advocate for Salisbury and Rowan County serving in the North Carolina House of Representatives.”