Cornelius Commissioner John Bradford Continues to Garner Endorsements from National, State, County, City & Town Leaders For NC House District 98

August 27th, 2014 — Cornelius, NC: Several more Mecklenburg County and Municipal Leaders have joined Commissioner John Bradford’s campaign for the NC House in District 98. The list of elected officials now endorsing Bradford is detailed below:

US Senator Richard Burr
US Congressman Richard Hudson (NC-08)

NC General Assembly:
Speaker of the House Thom Tillis
Senator Bob Rucho
Representative Ruth Samuelson
Representative Bill Brawley
Representative Charlie Jeter
Representative Rob Bryan
Representative Jason Saine

Town of Huntersville:
Mayor Pro-Tem Melinda Bales
Commissioner Ron Julian

City of Charlotte:
City Councilman Kenny Smith (Dist. 6)
City Councilman Ed Driggs (Dist. 7)

Mecklenburg County Commission:
Commissioner Matthew Ridenhour (Dist. 5)
Former County Commissioner Jim Puckett
Former County Commissioner Dan Bishop

US Senator Richard Burr highlighted Bradford’s record of service, stating “The North Carolina House of Representatives will benefit from the future service of the Honorable John Bradford who is a successful North Carolina businessman and a current elected Town Commissioner. District 98 not only deserves, but should demand, that their next Representative has strong business leadership and proven government experience to replace Speaker of the House and future U.S. Senator, Thom Tillis. John is the only candidate in the District 98 race that clearly fits this profile.”

Huntersville Mayor Pro-Tem Melinda Bales cited Bradford’s small business experience in supporting his campaign. “Cornelius Commissioner John Bradford has helped our region create jobs as a small businessman and as a Commissioner by keeping Cornelius taxes low and reducing regulations on our local businesses. It is vital that we send someone with his unique blend of business and government experience to Raleigh.”

John Bradford’s campaign has now been supported by over forty (40) elected officials and community leaders. View the full list here.

Posted in Press Release.