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Democratic Senator District 4

The News From Raleigh ... read the most recent Newsletter from the Office of Rep. Angela R. Bryant

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Baskerville, Bryant share from a 'challenging environment'

Lobby representatives with the N.C. Justice Center teamed up with state Sen. Angela Bryant and state Rep. Nathan Baskerville to present a comprehensive update on legislative issues Thursday night at Shiloh Baptist Church on College Street. ...


Senator Angela Bryant Takes Oath of Office
On January 9, 2013, Representative Angela Bryant took the Oath of Office as Senator Angela Bryant, appointed to represent NC District 4 after the untimely passing of the Honorable Ed Jones.


Primary Election, May 8th Follow Up

Angela Bryant Thanks Voters

"Thank you so much for your friendship and support," said Angela Bryant. "
My campaign would never have been so successful without you.  I am very pleased to say that you have given me the opportunity to continue to represent the families of Halifax, Franklin, and Nash Counties for another term."

Bryant continued, "The changes that took place during redistricting, pushed NC District 7 into Franklin County and I am very pleased with the success that we encountered there -  3,468 votes to 602.  Nash County remained loyal, resulting in 6,498 votes to 1,255 for a total of 9,966 to 1,857.


Bryant Recieves Community Service Award 2012

Rep. Angela Bryant receives Community Service Award
NASHVILLE, NC - Representative Angela Bryant received a Community Service Award from the Jacquetta Harrison Ministries ...


NC League of Conservation Voters Endorses Bryant 2012
- The North Carolina League of Conservation Voters endorses Representative Angela Bryant again as the candidate willing to make the tough decisions ...


EMPAC Endorses Bryant 2012
EMPAC, the political arm of the State Employees Association of North Carolina, announced Monday its support for a bipartisan slate of General Assembly candidates for the May 2012 Primary, including Angela R. Bryant.


Angela Bryant and First Lady at North Carolina Women For Obama
Bryant Attends
NC Women for Obama
Here with our First Lady Michelle Obama

Constituent Challenges
Bryant's Primary Opponent ...
then Endorses Bryant for Re-Election

Dear Angela,

I read a story in the paper that a man was going to run against you on the issue of people with disabilities ...  You do and will have our support because I know you are genuine ...


Representative Bryant's Work Recognized

Defenders of Justice Award

At the 13th Annual Defenders of Justice Awards next month in Durham, NC, Representative Bryant and others will receive an award recognizing her work to improve NC's systems of civil, criminal and juvenile justice, fight poverty, promote economic development and affordable housing, and secure equal rights for women and people of color.

North Carlolina Justice Center
For More Information ...

Bryant Honored With Two Awards

Rep. Bryant received two awards at the annual meeting of the NC Association of County Commissioners.  She received the “Friend of the Counties” Award from the Association at their morning general session and the “Frederick Douglas Award” from the NC Association of Black County Commissioners at their afternoon business meeting.


NC Legislator Gets
Green Award From NCSEA
Charlotte Business Journal, By John Downey

“ ... supporting policies to make our state competitive nationally in creating green jobs and attracting new investments”

Raleigh - The N.C. Sustainable Energy Association
recognized two relative newcomers to the NC
General Assembly with its Legislator of the Year Representative Angela Bryant and President Obama poseawards Friday.

On the House side, the association recognized Rep. Angela Bryant, D-Halifax/Nash, who is in her second term. She took over as chairwoman of the House Energy and Energy Efficiency Committee this past session, replacing longtime-environmental champion Rep. Pricey Harrison.

N.C. SEA Executive Director Ivan Urlaub credited her with working to protect state support for sustainable energy efforts despite budget cuts in the recession.

On the Senate side, the association chose a freshman, Sen. Josh Stein, D-Wake. Urlaub credited Stein with leadership on the extension of state renewable energy credits for five more years and increasing funding for state projects with energy service companies that reduce energy waste and conserve water in public buildings.
Representative Angela Bryant and Speaker Joe Hackney
Speaker Joe Hackney and
Senator Angela R. Bryant

From the Desk of Angela Bryant

I need your help to raise money for a winning campaign. Your generous donation of $1000, $500 or $250 will maintain my opportunity and influence in Raleigh and enable me to continue my strong representation of the people of NC.  Thank you for the confidence and support you have shown me.  I look forward to working hard for you.

My best wishes to all,

Senator Angela R. Bryant
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Rep. Angela Bryant is a strong and experienced leader who continues to work hard for:

  • Quality education – 100 % graduation rates & 0% Drop-outs and Push-outs;
  • Gang Prevention;
  • Quality Housing and Recreation;
  • Community Economic Development;
  • Fair Utilities;
  • Affordable and Accessible
  • Health and Mental Health Care;
  • Crime Prevention;
  • Effective Law Enforcement Protection;
  • Justice And Fairness For Our Children, Families, and Environment; and
  • Better Jobs!

 Angela's Promise to SENATE DISTRICT 4
serving Halifax, Nash, Vance, Warren, and Wilson Counties

“No one will work harder for you to achieve the goals we share for quality education and housing, safe communities, health care and jobs, fairness, justice and public safety."


Paid for by the Committee to Re-elect Angela R. Bryant