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Michael H Wray

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Children  2
Spouse  Kathy Wray
Alma mater  Barton College
Education  Barton College
Occupation  small business owner
Political party  Democratic Party
Name  Michael Wray


Born  April 6, 1967 (age 48) Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina (1967-04-06)
Residence  Gaston, North Carolina, United States

Michael H. Wray (born April 6, 1967) is a Democratic member of the North Carolina General Assembly from the state's 27th House district since 2005. His district includes constituents in Northampton and Halifax counties. Wray is also a small business owner in Gaston, North Carolina. Wray was a founding member of the North Carolina Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus in 2011 and serves as the group's Democratic Co-Chair in the House. In 2015, Wray became a charter member of the Main Street Democrats Caucus in the North Carolina General Assembly. The Main Street Democrats describe themselves as pro-business, moderate Democrats.

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Committee Assignments

2015-2016

Wray has been appointed to the following committees in the North Carolina House of Representatives:

  • Appropriations
  • Subcommittee on Agriculture and Natural and Economic Resources
  • Commerce and Job Development (Vice-Chairman)
  • Education - Universities
  • Ethics
  • Health
  • Insurance
  • Public Utilities
  • Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House
  • Wildlife Resources
  • Committee on Chowanoke Nation Recognition (Non-Standing)
  • Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations (Non-Standing)
  • Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health and Human Services (Non-Standing)
  • Committee on Land Development (Non-Standing)
  • Elections

    2016

    Wray was challenged in the Democratic primary by Franklin D. Williams, Jr. Wray won the primary and was unopposed in the general election.

    2014

    Wray was challenged in the Democratic primary by Franklin D. Williams, Jr. Wray won the primary and was unopposed in the general election.

    2012

    Wray was challenged in the May 8, 2012 Democratic primary by James Mills. Wray won the primary and defeated Libertarian candidate Jesse Shearin in the general election.

    2010

    Wray was unopposed in the Democratic primary and the general election.

    2008

    Wray was unopposed in the Democratic primary and the general election.

    2006

    Wray was challenged in the Democratic primary by Anthony Butler and Howard Ervin. Wray won the primary and was unopposed in the general election.

    2004

    Wray was one of five candidates to seek the Democratic nomination to fill the vacant District 27 seat in 2004. Other Democratic primary candidates were Richard M. Henderson, Grace M. Edwards, John Soles, and Julius O. Webb. Wray finished second behind Henderson but finished ahead of Henderson in the subsequent runoff election. Wray was unopposed in the general election.

    References

    Michael H. Wray Wikipedia


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