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I am running for office, because our voices do matter.  This political climate that we are experiencing  has changed me.  I realize, I can’t complain about my political options if I’m not willing to be an option.  So, after praying, talking with my family and consulting with some close friends, I’ve decided that the time is NOW. The time is now to be the voice for the citizens of Fayetteville.  This quantum leap requires a legislator not just to legislate, but to lead.

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Terry was raised in Fayetteville, NC as the oldest of eight children to Thomas and Annie Johnson. He is a proud public-school graduate of Westover Senior High. Terry enlisted in the military shortly after and then returned to Fayetteville after his Army service. He immediately became active in community service projects and programs serving youth. Through the years, Terry has created jobs and economic opportunities through his  entrepreneurship.  Terry is married to his childhood friend, Claudia. They have two  children and one grandchild.

Terry was raised in Fayetteville, NC as the oldest of eight children to Thomas and Annie Johnson. He is a proud public-school graduate of Westover Senior High. Terry enlisted in the military shortly after and then returned to Fayetteville after his Army service. He immediately became active in community service projects and programs serving youth. Through the years, Terry has created jobs and economic opportunities through his  entrepreneurship.  Terry is married to his childhood friend, Claudia. They have two  children and one grandchild.

 

 

 

EDUCATION

I support equitable pay increases for educators while vetoing budgets that value tax breaks for the wealthy and corporations over investing in public education, technology, training, and supporting bonds to build new schools. Compensating educators in a manner that better reflects the continuous training, education, and experience these professionals must obtain will strengthen our children, communities, and future economy.

MEDICAID

Expanding Medicaid is a common-sense step that would provide access to affordable Health coverage for thousands of families, bring nearly $4 billion dollars into North Carolina’s economy, create nearly ten thousand jobs, and help rural hospitals that provide critical care remote areas to remain open. Thirty-seven states, including Washington DC, have expanded Medicaid and are Receiving funding that North Carolina is missing out on. Across the state, health care and business leaders have called on the General Assembly to take action this year to close the coverage gap through expanding Medicaid.

EDUCATION

 

I support equitable pay increases for educators while vetoing budgets that value tax breaks for the wealthy and corporations over investing in public education, technology, training, and supporting bonds to build new schools. Compensating educators in a manner that better reflects the continuous training, education, and experience these professionals must obtain will strengthen our children, communities, and future economy.

 

MEDICAID

 

Expanding Medicaid is a common-sense step that would provide access to affordable Health coverage for thousands of families, bring nearly $4 billion dollars into North Carolina’s economy, create nearly ten thousand jobs, and help rural hospitals that provide critical care remote areas to remain open. Thirty-seven states, including Washington DC, have expanded Medicaid and are Receiving funding that North Carolina is missing out on. Across the state, health care and business leaders have called on the General Assembly to take action this year to close the coverage gap through expanding Medicaid.

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