VOTE WENDY ELLA MAY FOR
North Carolina House District 28
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Rev. Dr. Wendy Ella May made it official On December seventh, 2021 at the Johnston County Board of Elections Office in Smithfield. She filed for The N.C. State House District 28.
Dr. May was the first open LGBTQQIA2 candidate to run for elected office in Johnston County.
May, a small business owner, who lives in the Micro Township, said “The number of issues facing our County daunts us all.” Among the issues May is concerned with include providing more assistance to Veterans, women’s rights, equality, public education, support the middle class, immigration, healthcare and the environment.
May also will sign a pledge not to enter into any negative campaigning. “In past elections I have been subjected to negative attacks and false claims about my character, my values and my ability… I believe mudslinging and dirty politics distracts from important discussions about issues and public policy… I intend to run my campaign as I always have – positive, upbeat and respectful of the voters and my opponent.”
May has a long history of public service as a volunteer on local, county, state and national organizations.
A disabled US Army veteran and a member of the Disabled American Veterans, and The American Legion May is the retired founding priest of the Bradley Beach Community Church in New Jersey, founding director of M.E.N.D. 4 Male Survivors of Military Sexual Assault, and the President of the US New Methodist Episcopal Orthodox Religious Order and Churches.
May has also founded the MEND I AM Program and the Transformation Veterans Retreat Center in Selma. As well as a small family business.
She is a member of The NRA, USCCA, A strong supporter of the 2nd Amendment, and a instructor for gun safety and defense. She belongs to The LGBTQ# Democrats of North Carolina, Democratic Women of North Carolina, and Democratic Women of Johnston County, and is a active supporter of the NCDP and JCDP.
Wendy Ella May’s statement on
citizens redistricting commission!
I believe that we can only end gerrymandering
with a citizens redistricting commission!
The mission of The Independent Redistricting Commission's is to redraw North Carolina congressional and legislative districts to reflect the results of the most recent census. The concept of one-person, one-vote dictates that districts should be roughly equal in population. Other factors to be considered are the federal Voting Rights Act, district shape, geographical features, respect for communities of interest and potential competitiveness.
The commissioner should be made Up of two Republicans, two Democrats, one Third party voter, two Unaffiliated, who shall elect a chairperson.
Wendy Ella May Mission/Vision Statements:
(Mission) Which is to Be The Voice of Reason, The Eyes of Justice, The Champion of Equality, and The Trailblazer For The Next Generation. I believe that the purpose of Government is True Love and Kindness.
(Vision) I envision a North Carolina State House District 28 and A General Assembly where democracy and freedom prevails, with dignity for all.