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John Bell Named “2019 Jobs Champion” by NC Chamber

RALEIGH, N.C. – The NC Chamber today named state House Majority Leader John Bell a 2019 Jobs Champion in its annual How They Voted report. How They Voted details lawmakers’ voting records on key bills identified as critical to preserving and enhancing a positive climate for business and job creation in North Carolina.


Majority Leader Bell, who has a 94% lifetime pro-jobs voting record, was recognized as a Jobs Champion for his record of supporting legislation during the 2019 legislative session that improves economic growth and job creation.


“I am proud of my record and the work we have done in the General Assembly to transform North Carolina’s economy and make us the best state for business,” said Majority Leader Bell. “Due to legislative reforms of fewer taxes, less regulations and responsible spending, North Carolina’s economy is booming,wages are growing and we now have the most people working in our state’s history. I look forward to continuing this important work to make sure North Carolina continues down this proven path of economic success.”


“The 2019 legislative session saw a number of successes for North Carolina’s job creators and communities, and we are grateful for Majority Leader Bell’s leadership in promoting pro-growth policies,” said Ray Starling, general counsel at the NC Chamber. “We appreciate that Majority Leader Bell stood up for the ideas that will fuel our state’s competitive business climate and grow our world-class workforce, and we look forward to continuing to work with him in the future.”


About the NC Chamber:

The NC Chamber is the state’s driving force for business and exists to shape statewide public policy by initiating forward-thinking, market-driven change within the legislative, regulatory and political arenas, thereby making North Carolina a leading place to do business. For more information, visit ncchamber.com.

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N.C. HOUSE MAJORITY LEADER

N.C. House Representative of HD-10