My fellow citizens, Over the past several weeks, many of you have reached out to me concerning the recent Wake County School Board reassignment plan and its impact on your families. After speaking with many constituents from Breckenridge, Savannah, Ridgemont, and other Morrisville neighborhoods, I am concerned that these reassignment plans take away a consistent […]View
From The News and Observer: http://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/community/cary-news/article58240713.html ” “By Will Doran firstname.lastname@example.org Council members may be elected differently in the future as leaders explore possible changes to the current districts. The town board has seven members, including the mayor. The mayor’s seat is at-large, as are two of the council seats. The other four council seats […]View
From the News and Observer: http://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/community/cary-news/article53174185.html By Will Doran email@example.com “Back from a one-year break, Morrisville’s HOTTovation program returned in 2015 with what organizers say was a great success. And now they have even grander plans for 2016. The program’s goal is to help entrepreneurs develop business ideas, connect with mentors and get the chance […]View
From India West, http://m.indiawest.com/news/global_indian/steve-rao-elected-mayor-pro-tem-of-morrisville-north-carolina/article_7a16c200-aa70-11e5-a461-9f120140dcc9.html?mode=jqm “Indian Americans Steve Rao and Satish Garimella were officially sworn in to the Morrisville, N.C., City Council Dec. 8, with the former also being elected as mayor pro tempore. Rao, who is perhaps the first Indian American elected to office in North Carolina’s Triangle region, had been considering a move to […]View
From the News and Observer http://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/counties/wake-county/article50303735.html By Paul A. Specht firstname.lastname@example.org RALEIGH “Candidates from opposite ends of the county appear poised to square off for one of the new “super” district seats on the Wake Board of Commissioners. Democratic Morrisville councilwoman Vicki Scroggins-Johnson on Thursday filed to run for the Wake board in District B, […]View
From the News and Observer: http://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/community/cary-news/article49059210.html#storylink=cpy By Will Doran email@example.com MORRISVILLE “The Morrisville Town Council swore in Tuesday the Triangle’s second Indian-American elected official while promoting the Triangle’s first one to the rank of mayor pro tempore. More than 130 people were in the standing-room-only audience that spilled out of the council chambers into the […]View
Steve is hard working, and he has valuable business experience with technology companies. Serving on the town council with these attributes, Steve is well-positioned to help Morrisville grow.
— Senator Josh Stein
I am delighted to support Steve Rao for Town Council in Morrisville. I have known Steve several years through his active participation at Morrisville Chamber events and a number of business activities. Steve has shown great leadership capabilities and will be fair in representing a very diverse group in Morrisville.
This is a very important election for Morrisville where the choice for Town Council will be significant in electing a Town Council that will move the Town forward with economic development and enhance the quality of life for all of its residents. I believe that Steve is a great candidate for Morrisville who can and will do the things needed for everyone that he re presents because of his business background.
— Ed White