Running a campaign: What does it cost?

​       $25 - 75 bumper stickers

     $45 - 1 month of email marketing

     $50 - 1 large event sign

     $60 - 1 radio spot

     $75 - 500 printed pieces

   $100 - up to 35 yards signs

   $500 - website design/updates

   $800 - 1 local media print ad

$1,000 - 1/6 of a direct mail campaign 

Above are samples of campaign expenses. If you're able to contribute, candidates appreciate any amount. Visit their individual sites to donate.

"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy."

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.


​District 7


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​Dr. Kyle Horton is an emerging national leader on veteran advocacy, public health and environmental policy. She is a board certified Internal Medicine physician with a Masters of Business Administration. Dr. Kyle’s unique combination of training and experience has enabled her to envision a future for North Carolina’s 7th District that provides good-paying jobs while preserving the health and wellness of American families.

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​District 18




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Deb was elected by Democrats to finish the term of Susie Hamilton ​who Gov. Roy Cooper appointed to head the Natrual and Cultural Resources Commission.

Deborah was recently named in HuffPost as a 'Rising Progressive Star' recognizing her practice of calling it like it is.

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