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Former U.S. Representative for North Carolina's 8th congressional district, serving from 2009 to 2013 - member of the Democratic Party.
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ENG: Lawrence Webb "Larry" Kissell (born January 31, 1951) was the U.S. Representative for North Carolina's 8th congressional district, serving from 2009 to 2013. He is a member of the Democratic Party. The district stretches from Charlotte to Fayetteville. On November 6, 2012, Kissell lost re-election to Richard Hudson, his Republican opponent. Early life, education, and early career Kissell is a lifelong resident of Biscoe, a small town roughly halfway between Charlotte and Fayetteville. He graduated from Wake Forest University in 1973 with a degree in economics. After a brief stint as a manager at Union Carbide, Kissell worked at a hosiery factory for 27 years, rising to production manager. After growing concerned about the effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement on the ...
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Kissell Meets with Scotland County Chamber of Commerce


Representative Larry Kissell (NC-08) met with Laurinburg-Scotland County Area Chamber of Commerce officials on Thursday to discuss the local economy, as well as potential economic opportunities abroad. Kissell met with Chamber President Theresa Lamson and Kaye Buie of the Chamber’s Member Services Department. The group discussed the importance of promoting the business environment in the county, as well as providing local businesses with the very best access to markets across the globe, including Israel, where Lamson recently visited on a trade mission to pursue economic opportunities ...


Kissell announces EDA grant for Central Park NC


U.S. Rep. Larry Kissell (NC-08) has announced a $100,000 U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration grant for Central Park NC. The grant will be used to help foster economic development and increase private investment by supporting small and mid-sized businesses.“I’m so proud we were able to secure this important funding for our region,” Kissell said.“Bringing more of our hard-earned tax dollars back home to the district will better our communities, stimulating local economic growth and small business opportunities. I’ll continue to fight to ...


Kissell secures $100,000 grant for Central Park N.C.


U.S. Representative Larry Kissell (NC-08) recently announced a $100,000 U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration grant for Central Park N.C. The grant will be used to help foster economic development and increase private investment by supporting small and mid-sized businesses. Central Park N.C. — originally known as the Yadkin-Pee Dee Lakes Project — was formed in 1993 by a consensus of leaders from the region to develop a strategy to preserve the natural and cultural assets of central North Carolina, using them to create a sustainable local economy. In ...


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NRCC’s New TV Ad: Kissell – BBA Before It’s Too Late
Currently, our country has a national debt of about $14 trillion. This debt, which is caused by runaway government spending by Larry Kissell (NC-08) and his fellow Democrats, will deal a heavy blow to future generations. One solution to the problem is for our government to live within its means, forcing Congress to stop spending ... The post NRCC’s New TV Ad: Kissell – BBA Before It’s Too Late appeared first on National Republican Congressional Committee.
Race of the Day: North Carolina Ain’t So Blue
North Carolina’s Eighth District spans a large portion of the state, from eastern Charlotte to Fayetteville and covering much rural territory in between. It is currently represented by vulnerable freshman Democrat Larry Kissell, and rates as R+2 in the Cook Partisan Voting Index. In 2004 George W. Bush carried the district with 54 percent of ... The post Race of the Day: North Carolina Ain’t So Blue appeared first on National Republican Congressional Committee.
Race of the Day: North Carolina Ain’t So Blue
North Carolina’s Eighth District spans a large portion of the state, from eastern Charlotte to Fayetteville and covering much rural territory in between. It is currently represented by vulnerable freshman Democrat Larry Kissell, and rates as R+2 in the Cook Partisan Voting Index. In 2004 George W. Bush carried the district with 54 percent of ... The post Race of the Day: North Carolina Ain’t So Blue appeared first on National Republican Congressional Committee.
NRCC Offers to Pay for Kissell’s Ride to Convention
Wanted to make sure you saw that Guy Harrison, Executive Director of the NRCC last night offered to pay for Larry Kissell’s 10 mile ride to the Democratic Convention. The post NRCC Offers to Pay for Kissell’s Ride to Convention appeared first on National Republican Congressional Committee.



 
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