Volunteers preparing to knock on doors to help spread the word about Natasha!
Natasha and Rob have been married for 20 years. They have two daughters, Madison and Ellie.
Jay Wade of JJ Wade Insurance in Davidson and Natasha Marcus talk about the company’s plans for future expansion in downtown Davidson.
Jay Wade of JJ Wade Insurance in Davidson and Natasha Marcus talk about the company’s plans for future expansion. They are on the balcony of the company’s new offices in downtown Davidson. JJ Wade Insurance is an independent insurance agency founded in 1992. The company opened new offices in August, 2013 and now has 22 employees. They sell personal, commercial and benefits lines.
Natasha Marcus and CEO Chris Berl tour Restrooms Direct. The company, started in 2008 in a garage and headquartered in Huntersville, is one of the nation’s largest distributors of hand dryers and offers a wide range of restroom accessories. Learn more about Chris and the company at www.restroomdirect.com.
What I Believe
After decades of progress and planning, North Carolina established our State’s reputation as a leader in the South. Sadly, we went backwards in 2013. The North Carolina General Assembly did not represent the diverse, compassionate, moderate people of our state. Instead, they passed a slate of extreme, regressive laws that restrict our freedoms and threaten North Carolina's future.
We can fix that - starting now. The 2014 election is critical to ensuring that North Carolina reclaim its stellar reputation and welcoming environment.
If elected, my priorities will be to:
- Support public education and respect teachers
- Create jobs by promoting small business growth
- Encourage sustainable, long-term economic expansion
- Demand fairness in matters such as transportation and roads
- Preserve every citizen’s Constitutionally guaranteed rights
- Protect the environment and our State’s natural resources
I seek to be your representative in the NC House in order to bring balance back to Raleigh. Right now, there are only 29 women in the NC House, which is less than one-quarter of the House membership. In addition, one party controls both chambers by such wide majorities that it need not compromise or even consult with those who hold differing views. We need to fix that imbalance by electing more women, more moderates, and more people who are looking out for the middle class, public education, small business owners, women’s rights, voting rights, and the safety of our water, air and soil.
I will be dedicated to these priorities and help bring balance back to Raleigh.
Davidson—Thursday, four-term North Carolina Governor James B. Hunt, Jr. endorsed Natasha Marcus in her bid to fill the open NC House District 98 seat. Hunt, who served as Governor from 1977-1985 and 1993-2001, is the most recent in a long line of elected officials and community leaders to publicly back the Marcus campaign, including current and former mayors, educators, small business owners and members of the North Carolina Council of State.
Natasha Marcus is running against John Bradford for N.C. House District 98, the seat currently held by Speaker Thom Tillis.
Natasha Marcus visited Gethsemane Baptist Church in Davidson to drop off a donation of school suppliesAugust 22, 2014Press Release
North Carolina House District 98 Democratic nominee Natasha Marcus visited Gethsemane Baptist Church in Davidson on Tuesday to drop off a donation of school supplies with Tracy Brandon. According to Brandon, the church will hold its Back to School Fest this Saturday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Items still needed include hand held sharpeners, pencil top erasers and composition books.
For Immediate Release
Natasha Marcus: New budget is bad for North Carolina
Davidson — Monday, North Carolina House 98 candidate Natasha Marcus issued a statement disapproving of the newly-passed State budget adjustment bill signed into law by Gov. Pat McCrory on Thursday.
For Immediate Release
Natasha Marcus continues call for legislature to pass belated budget adjustments, teacher raises
Davidson—Today, North Carolina House 98 candidate Natasha Marcus renewed her call from a week ago, criticizing the North Carolina General Assembly’s failure to agree upon a series of budget amendments, including a proposed increase in teacher pay. Since Marcus criticized the legislature last week, a chorus of leaders from both parties has joined in the dismay over the failed attempts to amend the State’s budget.