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TRIAD CITY BEAT:
She said she differs with her opponent on the role of elected representatives in government.
“I believe the representative should be a voice of the people and not of the party,” Batts said. “And when I looked at Ms. Harrison’s record, I realized that I couldn’t hear my voice in her votes.”
Batts also said she believed in limited government and that elected officials should be the voice of the people, not the voice of the party.
News & Record:
Alissa Batts, a Republican, has filed for N.C. House District 61.
“North Carolina is a dynamic state, with a strong economy and smart investment in education,” Batts said. “Unfortunately, my opponent wants to undo all of the progress that North Carolina has made, to get rid of the very qualities that first attracted me to this state.”
Batts said that in her opinion a lot of people voted for Democrats because they don’t know the facts.
Batts said, “The Republican Party is the party of solutions.”