|North Carolina House of Representatives, District 60|
|January 1, 2015 - present|
|December 31, 2016|
|Years in position||0|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 4, 2014|
|First elected||November 4, 2014|
|Next general||November 8, 2016|
|High school||Ragsdale High School|
|Bachelor's||University of North Carolina at Charlotte|
|Profession||Brockman Strategy Group|
Brockman earned his bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. His professional experience includes working on the political campaigns of Elaine Marshall, Doug Berger and Marcus Brandon and as the principal at his own consulting firm, Brockman Strategy Group.
2015 legislative session
At the beginning of the 2015 legislative session, Brockman served on the following committees:
|North Carolina Committee Assignments, 2015|
|• Appropriations on Capital|
|• Appropriations on Education|
|• Commerce and Job Development|
Brockman's campaign website highlighted the following issues:
Jobs and the Economy
- Excerpt: "We need to find ways to put North Carolina back to work and attract businesses to the area. This state deserves quality, well-paying jobs that will build the economy of the future. This starts with raising the minimum wage for existing workers. Many politicians are trying to prevent the raise of the minimum wage, but 61 percent of North Carolinians favor it. The raise would lift many out of poverty, reduce costly turnover for businesses, and stimulate the economy."
- Excerpt: "We have to commit to education, not cut it. This starts with a substantial and serious investment in our students, teachers, and infrastructure. Too many of our state’s students are living in poverty and struggling at home. A proper education can be the key for them to improve their situation. Yet, the current General Assembly has caused lasting damage to the educational system with drastic cuts. We must not cast aside and ignore the most in need among us."
- Excerpt: "The Affordable Care Act has been passed by Congress, signed by the President, and upheld by the Supreme Court. It is the law of the land and a triumph in making sure every American has access to healthcare. Yet, many still try to attack the law based on their own rigid political ideology. It is time to embrace this system and educate people about it, so more people can benefit from it. We must also let our Governor know that opting out of the Medicaid expansion and depriving thousands of people the adequate healthcare they deserve is irresponsible. This expansion would have little cost to our state while benefiting thousands of citizens."
- Excerpt: "We must combat the harmful ideology that has plagued the General Assembly. Measures like Amendment One and the new Voter I.D. laws have set this state back. It’s time to embrace progress and move forward. We should not be limiting the amount of rights our citizens have, but instead ensuring that everyone is treated equally in the eyes of the law."
Elections for the office of North Carolina House of Representatives took place in 2014. A primary election took place on May 6, 2014. The general election took place on November 4, 2014. The signature-filing deadline for candidates wishing to run in this election was February 28, 2014. Cecil Brockman defeated Earl Jones and David Small in the Democratic primary and was unchallenged in the general election.
|North Carolina House of Representatives, District 60 Democratic Primary, 2014|
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- Rep. Marcus Brandon
- Bernita Sims, High Point Mayor
- Ed Price, Guilford County Board of Education
- Editorial Staff, Greensboro News & Record
- State Employees Association of North Carolina (SEANC)
Brockman lives in High Point, North Carolina.
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- North Carolina House of Representatives
- House Committees
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- North Carolina state legislative districts
- Profile from the North Carolina House of Representatives
- Profile from Open States
- Official campaign website
- Cecil Brockman on Facebook
- Cecil Brockman on LinkedIn
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Official campaign website, "About Cecil," accessed April 21, 2014
- Official campaign website, "Issues," accessed April 21, 2014
- North Carolina State Board of Elections, "Official Primary Election Results For 2014," accessed June 12, 2014
- North Carolina State Board of Elections, "General Election Candidate List Grouped by Contest," accessed June 12, 2014
- Official campaign website, "Endorsements," accessed April 21, 2014
- www.seanc.org, "State Employee PAC Endorses Bipartisan Slate of Candidates," accessed April 17, 2014
Marcus Brandon (D)
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