A Message from Whit

Welcome to the official campaign website for Whit Whitley for House! Please take the time to fill out your contact information so you can stay connected with my campaign.


The dysfunction in Raleigh must stop. I believe in commonsense solutions to bring jobs back to North Carolina and invest in its future—our schools and our children. I am a product of the public school system and I believe we must capitalize on the education of North Carolina’s youth. Until recently, North Carolina was one of the best states in the nation for education and jobs. I will strive to bring back prosperity to North Carolina.


For nearly 20 years I have been defending real, hardworking people from unfair losses of jobs and health benefits. Now, I hope to represent those in my home district and bring Eastern North Carolina values to the forefront of our General Assembly. I am not a politician, but instead a business owner and attorney who will fight for you and North Carolina.


To get North Carolina back on track we must exercise fiscal responsibility. This includes using taxpayer money carefully and eliminating wasteful spending. As a business owner I understand the necessity of not spending more than you make and believe this practical approach should apply to our state government. I will support a thorough examination of our budget to ensure our taxes are being used in the most efficient way possible.


These are just a handful of improvements I believe will better our district and state. As your representative, I will listen to the voices of my constituents and work across party lines to achieve real results that improve the lives of the citizens of our state. I pledge to uphold that promise should I have the honor of representing District 3 in the North Carolina legislature.


Yours in service,



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