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I begin this reelection campaign with a promise to you:

"If you like your state representative you can keep your state representative. Period."


February 6, 2014 

State Representative Dennis Riddell to Seek Reelection 

Snow Camp - State Representative Dennis Riddell announced today his intention to seek reelection to NC House District 64. Riddell was first elected to the State House in 2012 with 59% of the vote. Riddell said, "During the election of 2012 the voters heard me speaking often about the need for policies that would get our state economy growing again and creating jobs. I was speaking then every day about Tax Reform, Education Reform, Regulatory Reform, and Voter ID. Now, In this election year of 2014 I am speaking about 'Promises Made and Promises Kept'."

The 2013 Session of the North Carolina General Assembly was universally considered to be one of the most productive terms in state history. Riddell stated, "It has been an honor to serve the people of the 64th District and the people of this great state. Despite the frail condition of our sluggish state economy we were able to deliver on the promises made during the campaign. 

We passed tax reform that puts more money back into the wallets of NC taxpayers where it belongs. That is good news for our families and what is good for our families is good for our state. We passed school choice measures giving parents more options as they seek the best educational opportunities for their children. We passed school safety initiatives, digital learning legislation and, during lean economic times, again increased overall state spending on education. We passed sensible regulatory reform to remove needless obstacles to business growth and stability. We passed a common sense Voter ID requirement that will bring a level of ballot integrity to North Carolina that had been missing for too long. We continued our careful move towards tapping into our home grown cheap and clean energy sources. And we again balanced the budget with no new state debt and are getting North Carolina working again."

Riddell also said, "The recent decline in the unemployment rate coupled with the real creation of new jobs I believe shows North Carolina is moving in the right direction. More businesses are hiring, more businesses are locating here in our state and that is good news for every North Carolinian. Keeping our state economy moving again and strong job growth continues to be my top priorities. 

It was a privilege to be part of this historic General Assembly. While we still have more work to do here in North Carolina we have started well. I am looking forward to a busy campaign season of meeting the voters, discussing the issues and speaking about continued common sense conservative solutions to the problems we still face." 


  With our outstanding Governor of North Carolina Pat McCrory


Meet the Riddells via our

first campaign video of 2012 

Riddell for NC House combination Sign Crew &

Alamance County Beautification Committee on the job.



Lt. Gov. Dan Forest and Rep. Dennis Riddell on Inaugural Day January 9th, 2013 

 Riddell for NC House 64 campaign video from 2012 - promises made and promises kept 



 A message from Dennis

"What's good for our families is good for our state."

The election of 2014 will be another pivotal year for our nation and our state. It will, for better or for worse, have a generational impact. I want to make sure that this critical election is for the better. I want my children, and yours, to grow up with the same freedom and opportunities that previous generations of Americans have enjoyed.

To help preserve our freedom and opportunities we must continue the common sense conservative reforms begun in Raleigh during the most recent Republican-led legislative sessions.

It has been a privilege to serve the people of District 64. I am running for re-election to the NC House 64 seat that I currently represent to continue the necessary reforms that will help bring about a long term Carolina Comeback.

"I will be a strong voice for the hardworking taxpayers, businesses and families of District 64."


With our hardworking Commissioner of Agriculture Steve Troxler 

The borrow, tax and spenders have it all wrong. My pal Jere, the Wonder Horse, shows how in this video. 

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