Lillian’s List is proud to have endorsed each of these women as a Featured Candidate and to have helped them win their seats in the NC General Assembly. Each of these incumbent legislators has continued to fight for reproductive freedom and women while in the NCGA and we fully support their re-election campaigns.

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Rep. Gale Adcock is an unfailing champion of improving lives through her work as a Family Nurse Practitioner and Chief Health Officer at SAS Institute. She has served in the NC House since 2014 and has been a common-sense leader. House 41 Wake County
Rep. Cynthia Ball is serving her first term in the NC House after winning one of the most competitive races in 2016, and she has been actively working for the citizens of North Carolina. House 49 Wake County
Rep. Mary Belk was elected to the NCGA in 2016. In her first term as a legislator she introduced the Opioid Opt-Out bill to support patients in long term recovery and their physicians.House 88 Mecklenburg County
We are so lucky to have someone with Rep. MaryAnn’s Black experience in the NCGA. We need to keep her in office! House 29 Durham County
 Rep. Deb Butler was a Lillian’s List Featured Candidate in 2014 and we are thrilled she is finally in the NCGA. Let’s keep her there! House 18 Brunswick & New Hanover Counties
Rep. Becky Carney has spent her career in the NC General Assembly fighting for children and teachers.  House 102 Mecklenburg County
Since, she was elected to the North Carolina General Assembly, Rep. Carla Cunningham has introduced legislation on Equal Pay, Domestic Violence, The Equal Rights Amendment, as well as Suicide Prevention for Youth and Veterans, and The Care Act for Senior Citizens. House 106 Mecklenburg County
Rep. Jean Farmer-Butterfield has been in the NCGA for six terms and she is the first African-American woman to be elected to the NC State House from Eastern North Carolina. House 24 Pitt & Wilson Counties
Rep. Susan Fisher has worked tirelessly for her whole career for increased transparency in government, clean elections, and high ethical standards for elected officials.  House 114 Buncombe County
Sen. Valerie Foushee has advocated for bipartisan reform of education-funding policy to ensure transparency and appropriate funding for all school districts. Senate 23 Chatham & Orange Counties
We are happy to say that Rep. Rosa Gill won her three way primary for House 33!  House 33 Wake County
Rep. Pricey Harrison has been pushing to increase the number of green jobs in North Carolina since she was first elected in 2005. House 57 Guilford County
Rep. Yvonne Lewis Holley has thirty years of experience working in the government and uses that institutional knowledge to fight to make NC a more fair to state. House 38 Wake County
Rep. Verla Insko is running for her twelfth term in the NC State House, she is an essential part of our state government.  House 56 Orange County
 Since her appointment, Rep. Marcia Morey has been at the forefront of the judicial reform fight. We need to keep her in office! House 30 Durham County
Sen. Gladys Robinson is the Deputy Minority Leader in the NC Senate. She is a stalwart champion for reproductive rights and won the Planned Parenthood 2017 Health Hero Award. Senate 28 Guilford County
Growing up on the family farm with her five siblings taught Smith the importance of hard work and using available resources to promote economic growth and stability. Senate 3 Northampton, Beaufort, Martin, Bertie, Warren and Vance Counties
Rep. Evelyn Terry career includes extensive professional and executive management in both public and private sectors. House 71 Forsyth County
Sen. Terry Van Duyn is using her voice to push for common sense gun reform in North Carolina. Senate 49[/td] Buncombe County
Sen. Joyce Waddell has made it her mission to finally get North Carolina to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. House 40 Mecklenburg County