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ENDORSED CANDIDATE

Scott Huffman

State: North Carolina

Elected Office: U.S. Representative

Candidate District: NC-13

Reason for Endorsement:

Scott Huffman first decided to enter politics when he saw his 10-year-old daughter become worried about her friends after the 2016 elections. He became a community leader, serving on the Mecklenburg County Democratic Board of Directors and rallied his community to participate and speak out about the policies and direction of our nation. Alongside other activists, Scott held town halls, raised billboards, and engaged his members of Congress. Now he is ready to go to Congress himself so that he can advocate for the people he knows and loves.

Scott is in this race to help restore the operations of government to the service of every American. He has seen how his community has been impacted by policies that purposefully disregard their needs and is ready to recenter our politics on serving the American people. Scott knows government can be fair and good to all people, it just needs the right leaders with the right priorities.

We know Scott will go to Congress to fight for the people and that is why we are proud to endorse him in this race.

Salisbury Indivisible nominated Scott Huffman for a national endorsement. If you would like to join the group or get involved, you can find them on Facebook.

Year: 2020