The Transylvania Times -

A Change Is Coming To Raleigh


We are registered as unaffiliated voters in North Carolina. We feel that neither major party has all the best candidates or the best ideas. We prefer to vote for individual candidates who are the most qualified and aligned with our priorities, regardless of their party affiliation.

This year, the choice for N.C. House District 113 is an easy one. Maureen Copelof, a retired Navy captain, who proudly served for 30 years, can bring a refreshing and desperately needed change to our state Legislature.

Maureen is an advocate of health care for all North Carolinians and believes that an investment in high-quality public education is essential to our community’s future. She further knows that clean energy, along with an emphasis on conservation, will create jobs and revenue for rural North Carolina counties.

She possesses a master’s degree in business and believes that well-paying jobs for Western North Carolina should be a number one priority. Her undergraduate degree in religion reinforces her belief and appreciation of our mountain values.

Unlike her opponent, Maureen’s financial support comes from nearly 400 small individual donations, instead of receiving contributions from political action committees in Raleigh and elsewhere in the state. She will be accountable to individual citizens, not PAC’s or special interest groups with their own hidden agendas that don’t benefit House District 113.

We are pleased to give her our support and votes. North Carolina and the citizens in House District 113 will see an improvement in state government with Maureen Copelof on the watch.

Jerry and Gloria Clouse



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