On Tuesday, Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) filed to run for re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives, representing North Carolina’s 11th District. Meadows released the following statement:
“I am honored to have had the privilege to serve the people of Western North Carolina and hope to have earned your continued support. Since being elected to Congress in 2012, my focus has been making my constituents’ voices heard in Washington. At the end of the day, my voting card may have my picture on it, but it belongs to the people of North Carolina.
Our nation is truly at a crossroads. We face imminent threats from terrorists abroad and crippling debt back home. Yet I am optimistic. I believe that our country’s best days are ahead. In my time in Washington, I’ve worked to cut job-killing regulation, promote pro-growth policies, stand up for individual rights, and fight for a strong national defense. While change takes time, I believe we are on the path toward a better future.
I’m humbled to have been entrusted to represent North Carolina’s 11th District thus far, and look forward to continuing to do so in the 115th Congress.”
Congressman Mark Meadows was first elected to the House in November 2012. He is currently in his 2nd term in Congress, where he serves on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, chairing the Subcommittee on Government Operations, the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.