“I’m running in large part because I’m the mother of a 14-year-old son, and I have a strong interest in helping shape the Town where he is growing up. I believe in balanced budgets, accountability and transparency in government, and representing the people, not self-interest. As your Mayor I will have an open-door policy and will be diligent in making the tough, informed decisions that are required to move Louisburg forward. I believe that we will either meet growth head-on or it will run roughshod over us. I prefer the former. I am a Christian, a Daughter of the Highest and I believe in the sanctity of life. I am a gun-toting Second Amendment advocate and an avid hunter. As your Mayor, I will defend the men and women of law enforcement as they work to keep our Town safe.”
About Connie Jo Hutchinson
Mother. Interpreter. Family-oriented. Conservative.
Small town life is in Connie’s DNA. Born in Wadesboro, N.C., she first moved to Louisburg in 2001. Connie attended East Carolina University and received a master’s degree from Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. She is a nationally certified and North Carolina licensed sign language interpreter since 1994. Connie is a leader within her profession, having served in numerous capacities including on the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) national Board of Directors as well as Chair on the North Carolina Interpreter and Transliterator Licensing Board.
On the Issues
“The good people of Louisburg deserve to have a clear and obvious choice when they decide who will be our next Mayor. I’m running to ensure that our citizens have the chance to support a fiscal conservative who believes in open, transparent government that is responsive to the people.”
“Our town, with all its charm, potential for growth and opportunity for the people who live here, has had a governing body that has been stagnant. As Mayor, I will put an end to playing musical chairs with town governing positions. I will work to improve our infrastructure, attract businesses and improve the quality of small-town life in this great Town we call home.”
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