Combat Commander Laurie Buckhout Launches Campaign for NC-01 | Eastern North Carolina Now

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    Edenton, NC     Colonel (Retired) Laurie Buckhout, a distinguished combat commander and accomplished entrepreneur, today launched her campaign for North Carolina's 1st Congressional District.

    "I'm running for Congress to continue my lifelong commitment to public service," Colonel Buckhout stated. "Our nation is at a crossroads, and I believe it's my duty to stand up for the principles that have made America exceptional for generations. As we face economic uncertainty, I am determined to fight back against the inflation that burdens hardworking Americans and threatens our economic security," Colonel Buckhout emphasized. "Moreover, we must confront the shortcomings of Biden's failed foreign policy agenda and work to ensure that America's interests and values are defended on the world stage."

    Buckhout announced that she is putting $1 million of her own money into her campaign as it begins.

    Laurie Buckhout's distinguished military career spanned 26 years, including command of an 800-person battalion task force during the initial spearhead attack into Iraq in 2003. Her leadership and dedication earned her numerous accolades, including the Distinguished Service Medal, the Bronze Star, and multiple other commendations recognizing her valor and service.

    Following her retirement from the Army in 2010, Colonel Buckhout's entrepreneurial spirit led her to found Corvus Consulting, a successful strategic consulting and services firm specializing in Electronic Warfare and Cyberspace Operations. Under her leadership, the company's value grew to over $43 million in less than seven years.

    Colonel Buckhout is also a dedicated advocate for veterans, conservative causes, and her local community. She and her family reside in Edenton, North Carolina, where they actively support organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club of the Albemarle and the local baseball team, the Steamers.

    For more information about Colonel (Retired) Laurie Buckhout and her campaign, please visit or follower her on Twitter.

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Jenkins said:
( December 2nd, 2023 @ 3:52 am )
I think she's going to go for the people need the people of North Carolina need somebody like that I think I love her way of politics that's the way should be I pray should go for that's awesome

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