Note: Ballotpedia will be read-only from 9pm CST on February 25-March 9 while Judgepedia is merged into Ballotpedia.
For status updates, visit
Ballotpedia's coverage of elections held on March 3, 2015, was limited. Select races were covered live, and all results will be added once the merger is complete.

Ann Newman

From Ballotpedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Ann Newman
Placeholder image.png
Do you have a photo that could go here? Submit it for this profile by emailing us!
Former candidate for
North Carolina House of Representatives, District 103
Campaign website
Ann Newman was a Democratic candidate for District 103 of the North Carolina House of Representatives. The primary election was on May 4, 2010, and the general election was on November 2, 2010.[1]


Campaign themes


Dawson's website highlighted the following issues:[2]

  • Jobs
  • "Listening to business owners and working with them to fix the job market"
  • "Restructuring the tax system. Supporting small businesses through tax incentives"
  • "Supporting innovative programs that bring off-shored jobs back to NC"
  • Quality of Life
  • "Promoting prevention, and personal responsibility to decrease health care costs and educating consumers about their health care"
  • "Restructuring mental health programs"
  • "Increasing child care options so parents can leave their children in safe, healthy settings"
  • Roads and Transportation
  • "Supporting reform of the transportation system that ensures the best use of our dollars"
  • "Building effective state/private partnerships to move on urgent road repairs and transportation projects that need attention now"
  • "Encouraging programs that support continued economic development while simultaneously protecting our environment"


See also: North Carolina House of Representatives elections, 2010

Newman ran in the 2010 election for North Carolina House of Representatives District 103. She was unopposed in the May 4 Democratic primary but was defeated by William Brawley (R) in the general election, which took place on November 2, 2010.[3][4]

External links

Suggest a link