Proven Public Servant
The differences between two of the candidates for the North Carolina House could not be sharper, giving Moore Count voters a very clear choice on Nov. 7
Gerald Galloway has spent his adult life serving people in this county. He has spent almost 30 years in law enforcement as a police officer, 17 years as chief of police in Southern Pines, protecting life and property in a dangerous, critically important and often thankless job. He has given personal time to advance public education through the Chamber of Commerce and to improve lives through his volunteer leadership with the United Way of Moore County.
Gerald's campaign is built around bringing together citizens to find common purpose and commitment. His campaign has reached out to Republicans, Democrats and Unaffiliated voters. As an independent legislator, he will be a positive, independent voice for all county residents, no matter their party affiliation, on the truly important issues of quality schools, affordable and accessible health care, and fiscal responsibility free of pork-barrel waste.
Joe Boylan, in the May primary and general election campaign, has shown that he will be accountable to the ultra-extreme, ultra-divisive agenda of Art Pope and his non-Moore County team. Not only will he exclude the concerns of Democrats and Unaffiliateds in his decision making, he will listen to just one segment of his own local party membership.
Moore County voters have a wonderful opportunity to cast a vote for unity, inclusiveness and common sense. We have the opportunity to send a dedicated, effective and proven public servant to the North Carolina House. I hope you'll join me in voting for Gerald Galloway on Nov. 7.
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