RALEIGH – Todd Johnson took the oath of office to represent District 35 in the NC Senate.
“In recent years, North Carolina has brought fiscal stability to its budget process, provided tax relief for working families, increased teacher pay and overall education spending – a great record worth continuing,” Johnson said. “I look forward to joining Senator Newton and Representatives Arp, Brody and Horn in furthering the goals of Union County and its families.“
Johnson served on the Union County Board of Commissioners from 2010 to 2014.
He recently served on the NC State Board of Community Colleges, Union County 4-H Foundation Board and Monroe-Union County Economic Development Board. He is on the Jesse Helms Center Board and Monroe Rotary Club.
Johnson and his wife, Amanda, have two sons.