Since this region of North Carolina was a traditional Democratic stronghold for a century prior to 2016, many considered SD13 a competitive district in 2018. It wasn’t. Danny Britt won by 25 points, and this year may not be any different. Senator Britt is an exceptionally strong candidate and his image numbers bear it out. His opponent has very low name ID and no evidence of a campaign.
Barbara Yates-Lockamy is endorsed by radical environmental groups that want to close hog and poultry farms in North Carolina and put farmers out of business.
Under Barbara Yates-Lockamy's watch, the school board had a $500,000 shortfall that the county finance director said was the worst budget he had seen in all his years in the job.
Barbara Yates-Lockamy's state Senate campaign is being funded by pro-abortion special interest groups and she is endorsed by Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion groups.
Barbara Yates-Lockamy supports a complete government takeover of the health care system - a plan which would eliminate all private and employer-provided health insurance plans, eliminate Medicaid, and cost 32 trillion dollars, requiring the doubling of personal and business income taxes on every single American just to pay for it.
As the school board chair, Barbara Yates-Lockamy voted to close three schools, including Chadbourn Middle School, which opened in nineteen forty-six and was known for providing education in a friendly environment in a small community.
Barbara Yates-Lockamy's campaign is being bankrolled by liberal special interest groups that support Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal plan, which includes Medicare-for-all, single-payer healthcare that would cost taxpayers over $94 trillion, or $600,000 per household, over ten years.
Danny Britt worked to make college more affordable for eastern North Carolina students. He reduced the tuition at four-year colleges and universities, including UNC-Pembroke, to five hundred dollars per semester.
Danny Britt is fighting to keep North Carolinians safe from the coronavirus, championing a plan that spends fifty million dollars on personal protective equipment for first responders and healthcare providers, one hundred and ten million on vaccine research, testing, and contact tracing, and over one hundred and forty million for hospitals on the front lines.
In the legislature, Danny Britt is fighting for state employees, providing all state employees with a five percent pay raise
Danny Britt delivered tens of millions of dollars in funding to improve our community, more than any Senator in state history. The money Britt got for our community will fund new parks, volunteer fire departments, a new business school and dorms at UNC-Pembroke, improvements to the community college, and resources to help sheriffs fight drug addiction.
Danny Britt raised salaries for North Carolina's teachers by more than $4,000 to $54,000 per year.
Danny Britt cut state income taxes and made the first $20,000 of every North Carolina family's income completely tax-free.
When Hurricanes Matthew and Florence hit our community, Danny Britt worked tirelessly to help, stacking sandbags to stop the flooding, rescuing neighbors trapped in their houses, delivering food and medicine to people in need.
Danny Britt believes voters should have to show a photo ID in order to vote. It's common sense, and Britt will hold activist judges accountable for blocking Voter ID laws widely supported by the people.
Danny Britt raised state employee pay and made North Carolina the first state in the country to guarantee a living wage for its state employees. The head of North Carolina's state employee's association called Lee's pay raises, quote, life changing.
Danny Britt is working hard to reopen and restore North Carolina's businesses hit hard by the coronavirus, championing a one hundred and $25 million small business loan plan, saving jobs and getting people back to work.