Friday 22 Nov 2019

Lt. Gov. Candidate Makes Stops Across Wayne County

Greg Gebhardt

A candidate for Lieutenant Governor tours Wayne County.

Greg Gebhardt is one of several candidates vying for the Republican nomination for Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina in the 2020 election.

Gebhardt spoke with Goldsboro Daily News about his goal of utilizing North Carolina’s community college system for growing the state’s workforce.

He talked about the importance of supporting the state’s farmers, and cautioned against the continuing nuisance lawsuits that have threatened some Eastern Carolina hog farms.

Gebhardt says he believes he’d be able to work across the aisle in Raleigh.

Gebhardt’s stops in Wayne County Thursday included visits to Rosewood High Schools JROTC program, the Goldsboro Fire Department, Wayne County Chamber of Commerce, Southern Wayne High School, and the Make a Difference Food Pantry.


Lt. Gov. candidate Greg Gebhardt stops and helps load supplies at the Make A Difference Food Pantry in Mount Olive on Thursday.

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