Eva P. Ingle from Wilkes County wrote a open letter explaining why she wants to go to Raleigh to serve the community of Wilkes and surrounding areas. She is wanting to make an impact in Raleigh and make a difference for Wilkes. Go ahead and read her open letter:
"I have filed to run for the North Carolina Senate, District 30, which is composed of Wilkes, Stokes and Surry Counties. I have entered this race because the moderate, responsible representation for years in our region has deteriorated since 2010. It is time for the people of the district to have an opportunity to express their opposition to the radical changes made to North Carolina laws in the 2013 session of the General Assembly. If you support the present course in our state, you should support my opponent. If you and your friends have had enough of this radical extremism, I invite you to vote for me.
With this introduction, I invite you to share your concerns with me at http://wilkesdemocrats.com/eva-ingle-for-nc-senate.html or at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you agree with my concerns about the direction of our state, please join me in this campaign. Start by sharing this newsletter and future ones with your friends at "forward" below.
Thank you for your time and attention.
Eva P. Ingle
Who is Eva Ingle?
Eva lives in northern Wilkes County. She grew up in Guilford College. She is a graduate of Agnes Scott College, where she worked her way through college as a work-study student. She earned an MBA from the University of Minnesota. She taught 4th grade in Ashe County and over her career has worked as a Certified Public Accountant in Minnesota, Indiana and Boone, North Carolina.
She served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Philippines. Since returning to North Carolina and after taking up residence in Wilkes County in 1995 she has continued her volunteer work by serving on the Board of the National Committee for the New River, where she wrote the original grant proposal for the stream bank restoration program. She also serves on the Paul and Florence Thomas Memorial Art School and the Ashe Civic Center Boards. She is active in organizing the annual Blue Ridge Brutal Bike Ride. She has been an active member of her church for over 40 years."