Holly Grange Named a Jobs Champion for the Third Year in a Row | Beaufort County Now | The North Carolina Chamber named Rep. Holly Grange (R - New Hanover) a “Jobs Champion” in their 2019 How They Voted report. | holly grange, jobs champion, how they voted, report, december 10, 2019

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Holly Grange Named a Jobs Champion for the Third Year in a Row

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    Raleigh, NC     The North Carolina Chamber named Rep. Holly Grange (R - New Hanover) a "Jobs Champion" in their 2019 How They Voted report. This is the third year in a row that Rep. Grange has earned this title thanks to her record on voting for legislation to improve North Carolina's business climate. She holds a 94% lifetime rating by the organization.

    "I'm proud to have a proven record of cutting red tape, advocating for workforce development programs such as vocational training, and reducing taxes," stated Rep. Grange. "Republicans want a candidate for Governor with a conservative record. Someone with a history of getting stuff done, not just someone who talks about it. I'm determined to further reduce our unemployment rate by promoting pro-jobs, pro-growth policies. When I'm elected Governor, you can count on me to fight for North Carolina to be to most job friendly state in the nation."


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