Representative Kelly E. Hastings: The Common-Sense Conservative You Can Trust!
Low Taxes, Less Wasteful Spending, Less Crime and More Peace of Mind, Less Bureaucratic Red Tape, Enhanced Student Learning, Economic and Energy Security, Affordable, Market-Based Health Insurance, Life, Liberty, Private Property Rights, Term Limits, Values, Sovereignty, Border Security, Strong National Defense, Second Amendment Rights, Voter Photo IDs, No Illegal Immigration! Kelly is a strong supporter of veterans, military and National Guard personnel, law enforcement officers, firefighters, other first responders and all men and women who serve and protect us.
Kelly is married and he and his wife have one daughter. He is a small business owner with over 20 years of experience in real estate and over 40 years of experience in the private sector. He also served as a Congressional aide and his focus was on military and veterans' issues. He is a graduate of Appalachian State University and earned the Graduate Certificate in Teaching from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He received an Honorable Discharge from the United States Marine Corps and Reserve.
He currently serves in the North Carolina House of Representatives and currently chairs numerous committees. During his time in the General Assembly, he has sponsored over 20 bills and/or resolutions that became law or passed, respectively.
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