A reception hosted by the NC Scholars Strategy Network bringing together lawmakers, researchers, and students to discuss public policy initiatives. I’d like to thank the NC Scholars Strategy Network for hosting a wonderful networking event in Raleigh this past week that brought together scholars and researchers from across our state with legislators and other policymakers
A fun day full of holiday spirit at the Durham Christmas Parade 2018 I thoroughly enjoyed, and I was thrilled to participate today in Durham’s Christmas Parade. Even though this was my fourth parade this year, it was my first occasion to see and speak to Santa and to thank him for all he has
Despite knowing the NC Voter ID Law would pass, a loyal group of dissenters continue to make their voices heard. This past week, on the day that the Voter ID Bill was passed by the NC General Assembly, there wasn’t a large group of protesters assembled to voice opposition, which I had become accustomed to.
Senator McKissick discusses the passage of the new Voter ID Law and serious case of voter fraud committed with absentee ballots in Bladen County, NC. Today, Senate Bill 824, which implements our state’s new constitutional amendment which will require voter IDs in future elections, received a final vote in the NC Senate and has now
Senator McKissick speaks on the importance of bipartisan cooperation at a luncheon hosted by the NC Free Enterprise Foundation Today, I had the privilege of speaking at a luncheon held by the NC Free Enterprise Foundation to share my thoughts and perspectives on the future direction of our state and of the NC General Assembly
Yesterday, I had a great time participating in the Christmas Parade sponsored by the Hillsborough/Orange County Chamber of Commerce in Downtown Hillsborough. The thing I love about this parade is that the streets are lined with people of all ages, particularly children, who are absolutely thrilled, excited, and anxiously anticipating the arrival of marching bands,