Ken Spaulding on Principles & Values
Land development lawyer; served six years in the state House
Spaulding is the son of a former president of N.C. Mutual Life Insurance, once one of the largest black-owned businesses in the country.
He spent six years in the state House, and is a land development lawyer who was involved in two projects that redefined Durham and surrounding areas: the Treyburn development and Southpoint Mall.
Spaulding said, "I'm looking for North Carolinians to vote for me because I am the best qualified and capable candidate, who can help pull this state back together and who has a record of experience."
Spaulding just turned 71, and says he thinks voters want maturity and responsibility in a candidate. "They are looking for seasoned people," he said.
Source: News-Observer on 2016 North Carolina gubernatorial race
, Dec 3, 2015
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