MARVIN – David Willis, a Marvin resident and small business owner, is running for N.C. House District 68.
Craig Horn, a retired food broker, is serving his fourth term in the District 68 seat.
“I want to represent the hard-working families in western Union County,” Willis said. “As a husband and a father of two children in our public schools, I know firsthand the issues our families face every day. I want to make sure our schools are adequately funded and that funding gets where it needs to be, in the classroom! I want to make sure our roads are safe as we travel back and forth to work and to school. I want to make sure our sheriff’s office, police departments, district attorney’s office and our first-responders have the tools and support they need to continue to keep our community safe.”
Willis serves on the N.C. State Board of Community Colleges and Waxhaw-Weddington Rotary Club. He has been involved in the Union County Republican Party for several years. He founded the Western Union County Leadership Forum.
He spent the first 16 years of his career in manufacturing, corporate finance and banking before having a family starting a business. Willis and his wife, Shannon, have three children, ages 12, 11 and 3. They are members of Calvary Church.
His campaign team has already raised $50,000.
Visit www.VoteDavidWillis.com for details.