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2014 NCPBA Endorsed Candidates

This is a list of all of the endorsed candidates that the NCPBA has endorsed in 2014.  We would like to congratulate each of these candidates on their endorsements and we hope to work with them into the future to help make the law enforcement profession better for our members.  Please show your support for these candidates at the polls.


 North Carolina Division

Robin Hudson

Supreme Court

 

Mark Martin
Chief Justice of Supreme Court

 

Cheri Beasley
Supreme Court Associate Justice

 

Lucy Inman
Court of Appels Judge

 

Sam Ervin IV
Supreme Court Associate Justice

 

Mark Davis
Court of Appels Judge

 

Donna Stroud
Court of Appels Judge

 

North Carolina Mountain Chapter
 

Rick Wood
Senate, D48

 

Teresa Van Duyn
Senate, D49

 

Jonathan Jordan
House, D93

 

Nathan Ramsey
House, D115

 

Mike Hagar
House, D112

 

Joe Sam Queen
House, D49

 

Matthew Martin
District Court Judge, D28
 

Van Duncan
Buncombe County Sheriff
 

Alan Norman
Cleveland County Sheriff
 

Marty Katz
Henderson County Sheriff
 

Daniel Kuehnert
Superior Court Judge, D 25A
 

Curtis Lambert
Sheriff Jackson County
 

Pat Staggs
Polk County Sheriff

 

 

North Carolina Roanoke Valley Chapter

Vernon Bryant

Board of Commisioners, At-Large

 

Rebecca Spragins

Clerk of Superior Court

 

Valerie Asbell

District Attorney, District 6

 

 

 

 

North Carolina News
North Carolina Police Benevolent Association Endorsements for General Election

August 16, 2018

A vote for these candidates is a vote for the men and women of law enforcement and the citizen's they serve!

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The NCPBA Announces Lawsuit Against the North Carolina Department of Public Safety on Behalf of Members

June 25, 2018

On June 25, 2018, the NCPBA held a press conference in Raleigh, NC to announce the filing of a lawsuit on behalf of our members against the Department of Public Safety. This suit has been filed due to what we believe to be a deliberate and pervasive scheme by DPS administrators to deny benefits to our members that were supported and passed into law by state legislators.

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