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Born in 1992 in Greenville, NC. My education included public schooling, private schooling, and homeschooling, and I graduated in 2010 from Alpha Omega Academy as a member of the National Honor Society. In 2015, I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a Bachelor's Degree in Software and Information Systems, with a minor in History. I've been a Christian all my life and I currently attend Northlake Assembly of God in Charlotte, NC where I serve as the Media Director as well as the Secretary to the Board of Directors. I am a lifelong Conservative Republican, and I first got involved in 2004 on George W. Bush's presidential reelection campaign and Congressman Patrick McHenry's first election to the U.S. Congress. I was elected in 2013 to serve as the Secretary of the Gaston County Republican Party where I continue to serve as the youngest elected officer in Gaston GOP history. I also serve as member of the NCGOP 10th District Committee and the NCGOP Executive Committee. I have a great interest in computers, social media, and video editing & production. I am a huge Carolina Panthers Fan, Charlotte 49ers fan, and Charlotte Checkers fan. I love NASCAR and my favorite driver is Joey Logano - driver of the #22 Shell Pennzoil Ford for Team Penske.
Northlake Assembly of God
Media Director, Secretary
McHenry for Congress
Wyant and Son Monument Co.
Monument Designer, Web Developer
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Northlake Assembly of God (Northlake AG)
Gaston County Republican Party (Gaston GOP)
McHenry For Congress
Wyant and Son Monument Co., Inc.
A blog about my thoughts on current issues
Here are my top 5 Republican candidates for president in 2016: 1. Gov. Scott Walker Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is a strong Conservative with a proven record of standing up to the liberals in his state. He was able to win in 2010, improve his numbers in a midterm recall election, and win reelection in 2014.[…]
I wanted to take some time to think about the Supreme Court’s decision on same-sex marriage this week and formulate an appropriate response. I’ve spent the better part of my morning reading the Court’s opinions, and I think I’ve come to a conclusion. While I don’t agree with the majority opinion (and would not have[…]
So Close Yet So Far Away by Jonathan Fletcher
I just spent the following correspondence to Speaker Boehner’s office in response to the House Republican leadership’s decision to remove him from the House Financial Services Committee: I am writing to express my condemnation for the decision to remove Congressman Walter Jones from the House Financial Services Committee. As a North Carolina citizen, I am[…]
Originally posted on my Facebook page: As the political season enters convention time, I thought it important for me to make a few statements… If you know me at all, you know that I am a highly political person. I speak my mind on a myriad of issues. Many of you are my friends because[…]
Now that the primary is over for many races, it is important that we take a look at the two candidates that have been chosen to go after some of the seats open in November. First, I want to start with the 10th Congressional District. First off, redistricting has to occur after every census year,[…]
I got this nice little email from the people at StopTheTollRoad.com and I thought I would share! PHONY LETTERS SUPPORTING PARKWAY EXPOSED SENATE INVESTIGATION UNDERWAY EMAIL OR CALL LEGISLATORS TO CUT TOLL ROAD FUNDING Tuesday morning the Charlotte Observer reported Rep. Bill Current leaned on the Governor’s office to falsely tell legislators the DOT[…]
It puzzles me, as someone who tries to lead a Christian life, why there are so many of us Christians that are overly hypocritical? For some, our very doctrine is blatantly contradictory. For others, it is our actions. There are SO many examples, but I’d like to focus on two that I consider to be[…]
I am deeply saddened by Senator Santorum’s decision to withdraw from the race. I truly believe he would be a great leader for this country, and I regret that he will not be bringing his Conservative values to the White House. So, now that I am 0-2 this Primary season, I think it is time[…]
This primary season, North Carolina will be voting on whether or not to amend out state’s Constitution to state that we define marriage as between one man and one woman. While there has been much controversy surrounding the issue, including some half-truths and misconceptions, I believe the Marriage Amendment is a good thing, and I[…]