|North Carolina House of Representatives District 49|
|2011 - 2013|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 6, 2012|
Bradley works as a field network engineer for computer network and point of sale systems. He began his political involvement by working on Ron Paul's presidential campaign. From there he became active in local politics and served as the first vice-chairman of the Franklin County Republican Party.
In the 2011-2012 legislative session, Bradley served on the following committees:
- Agriculture Committee, North Carolina House of Representatives, Vice Chair
- Appropriations Committee, North Carolina House of Representatives
- Subcommittee on General Government
- Subcommittee on Science and Technology
- Government Committee, North Carolina House of Representatives
- Homeland Security, Military, and Veterans Affairs Committee, North Carolina House of Representatives
Bradley's website highlights the following campaign themes:
- Excerpt:"While other Representatives and Senators were chasing down pet projects and wasting the taxpayer's time with midnight sessions, State sports and minerals, and pork projects for key donors in their home districts, Glen Bradley focused his whole attention on putting his job growth language into law, successfully creating fundamental regulatory reform that will continue to foster job growth in North Carolina for years to come."
The Right to Keep and Bear Arms
- Excerpt:"The Second Amendment to the US Constitution is actually the most important right that is guaranteed in the Bill of Rights, and perhaps the entire Constitution. Upon the citizens inalienable right to keep and bear arms hangs the guarantee of all of the natural rights which we hold dear."
Bradley did not run for re-election to the North Carolina House of Representatives in 2012. Instead, he ran for election to the North Carolina State Senate. Bradley lost in the Republican primary on May 8.
|North Carolina State Senate District 18 Republican Primary, 2012|
|North Carolina House of Representatives, General Election Results, District 49 (2010)|
|Glen Bradley (R)||11,276||51.68%|
|John May (D)||10,544||48.32%|
In 2010, Bradley raised a total of $28,436 in campaign contributions.
His four largest campaign contributors in 2010 were:
|North Carolina Republican Party||$6,115|
|Luddy, Robert L||$1,000|
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- Official campaign website
- House website
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart
- Campaign Contributions: 2010
- Glen Bradley on Facebook
- Glen Bradley on Twitter
- ↑ M2M Politics: "Glen Bradley, Republican, House District 49"
- ↑ glenbradley2012.com - Issues
- ↑ North Carolina Elections "Primary Results, 2012"
- ↑ North Carolina Board of Elections "Candidate lists," Accessed March 9, 2012
- ↑ North Carolina State Board of Elections, "Official Primary Election Results," Accessed June 18, 2012
- ↑ Official North Carolina Election Results, 2010
- ↑ 2010 campaign contributions
|North Carolina House - District 49
| Succeeded by|
Jim Fulghum (R)
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