I am very grateful for the overwhelming support I have received from each and every one of you.
I have enjoyed representing you in the North Carolina State House (District 72) and I look forward to serving as your Senator for District 32.
As a nation, we continue to face serious challenges, but if we work together we can move North Carolina forward and make change happen.
As always, please do not hesitate to get in touch if I can help you in any way.
Again – Thank You & God Bless!
Dear Friends and Supporters,
I have represented Winston Salem's 72nd District in the North Carolina General Assembly since 2003. It is humbling and an honor for me to represent the people who reside in Winston-Salem and the great state of North Carolina, and I look forward to continuing the fight for issues that are important to you! As your next NC Senator, representing District 32, I intend to take strong stands on important issues --- education, affordable health care, jobs with a living wage, women's rights, protecting our seniors, mental health reform and small business initiatives are all very important to me --- because I clearly understand how important they are to my constituents.
I have gained valuable experience that will help me to address key issues which will help move our state in a new direction, and I also realize there is still much work to be done. This is a task that I am prepared to tackle and a responsibility that I take very seriously when I am elected to the NC Senate.
I will do everything possible to live up to your expectations and together, we can and will move this great State forward, not only for us but for our children and the generations to come.
If you are not currently registered to vote I hope you will take a moment to complete the "register to vote" form on my website. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact my office at (336) 745-8539. This Election Cycle promises to be exciting and I look forward to seeing you and speaking with you at our many upcoming events.
And, as usual, you should know my door is always open to you. Please feel free to call. And again, thank you for taking the time to visit!
Education, Jobs with a Living Wage, Healthcare, and Women's Rights
PARMON WOW’S ‘EM WITH HAT!
Rep. Earline Parmon's floppy hat, festooned with Obama pins, was declared the best in the N.C. delegation during a breakfast meeting Thursday morning at the Democratic National Convention.