Steven Henion

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Steven Henion
Candidate for
North Carolina House of Representatives, District 34

Political party Republican
Website campaign website
Steven Henion was a Republican candidate for District 34 of the North Carolina House of Representatives. The primary election was on May 4, 2010, and the general election was on November 2.[1]

Elections

2010

See also: North Carolina House of Representatives elections, 2010

Henion ran in the 2010 election for North Carolina State House District 34. Henion was defeated by Democratic Grier Martin in the general election on November 2, 2010. Henion defeated Brian Tinga, Joseph Ross, and James Earp in the Repubulican primary election on May 4, 2010.[2][3]

North Carolina House of Representatives May 4 Republican Primary, District 34, 2010
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Steven Henion (R) 1,637
Brian Tinga 1,231
Joseph Ross 495
James Earp 243

Campaign themes

Henion's website talks about the following issues:

  • Jobs
Excerpt: "I will work just as hard-- for all our citizens-- to make job creation and improving our economy a top priority. And that means working to keep our taxes low, directing more resources to create jobs and promote industry growth while cutting unnecessary red tape and regulations on businesses."
  • Spending
Excerpt: "When I am elected, you have my word that I will go to work every day for you to promote policies that cut wasteful spending."
  • Education
Excerpt: "Education is important to the future of our state and it's important to families, businesses and leaders. Education reform starts with providing a quality education for all-- without cutting services like the General Assembly recently did."
  • Taxes
Excerpt: "I will fight against tax increases, and will work equally hard to reform our tax code so that we spur job creation and entrepreneurship-- and keep North Carolina competitive in a tough global economy."

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