In 2008, during one of his visits to the Triangle, I attended a rally for Vice President Joe Biden, and I was in a long line to shake his hand. When I got close to shake his hand, I said, “Beau Biden rocked at Wilmington Friends!” The Vice President’s face lit up, and he stopped, […]View
It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that our community mourns the loss of Alok Sharma, the youngest son of Dr. GD and Saroj Sharma, founders of the Hindu Society of North Carolina. He passed away on May 29, 2015. Our community is in shock, and what tears me up, is that I […]View
Last evening, I was honored to be one of the guests at the Mayors Against Bullyiing workshop, hosted by Mayor Dick Sears, who founded this organization. Numerous speakers, including Ken Prouix from Holly Springs Middle, Melissa Derosier, an expert on bullying and its effects on depression, Pastor Jamar Brown from Holly Springs United Church of […]View
Thanks to my friend, former Charlotte Mayor and Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx for visiting us in North Carolina last week at NC State, where he highlighted the administration’s efforts in transportation and infrastructure. It just seems like yesterday when I visited in Charlotte to get his advice on whether to run for Council. Thank […]View
Congrats to my friend and political mentor Elaine Marshall. She swore me in for my first election and for my re-election! She is such a graceful, smart leader, a wonderful friend and mentor, and spectacular Secretary of State! She is the kind of leader America deserves to have working on a national scale. Here is […]View
I have known Steve Rao for a number of years and can vouch that he is one of the most dedicated individuals I have ever come across. In my role as former Attorney General and Secretary of State of North Carolina, I am asked on many occasions to endorse many officials and in almost every case I decline. In Steve’s case I make an exception because he will make one of the finest public servants for Morrisville.
— Rufus Edmisten
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