The North Carolina General Assembly is the bicameral legislature of the North Carolina state government. The General Assembly meets in the North Carolina Legislative Building in Raleigh, North Carolina, United States. All North Carolina residents are represented in the United States Senate by Senators Richard Burr and Thom Tillis. Representation in the North Carolina House, the North Carolina Senate, and the U.S.
House is determined by district. Each resident of the state has a representative in each of these legislative bodies, determined by the district in which his or her residence is located. Detailed information about the district plan, including maps and reports, can be found on the NCGA redistricting page. For Congresswoman Alma Adams, there are four needs that all people need to live quality lives: affordable and accessible health care, access to healthy and nutritious food, fair and affordable housing, and world-class education.
These essential elements, which Alma calls “4H”, should not be political issues; they must be rights guaranteed to all people. She believes this because she knows personally how difficult it is to survive without them. The Office of Congresswoman Alma Adams (NC-1) will host its first men's health Symposium. She served as the 148th commencement speaker at Fisk University and received the Presidential Medallion for her impact as an educator, leader, advocate and politician at the local, state and national levels.
Earlier this week, Congresswoman Alma Adams (NC-1) sent a letter to Credova CEO Dusty Wunderlich, requesting information on using Credova's “Buy Now, Pay Later” (BNPL) services to finance online purchases of weapons, ammunition and firearm accessories. BNPL allows consumers to immediately purchase and take possession of an item after agreeing to pay for the purchase. This page shows current and historic members of the U.S. UU.
Here is the current partisan breakdown of North Carolina members of Congress.