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ENG: Patrick Timothy McHenry (born October 22, 1975) is the U.S. Representative for North Carolina's 10th congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously was a member of the North Carolina House of Representatives for a single term. The district is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and includes Hickory, Morganton, Lincolnton, Shelby, and part of Gastonia. Early life, education and career McHenry was born in Gastonia, North Carolina. He grew up in suburban Gastonia, North Carolina, the son of the owner of the Dixie Lawn Care Company, and attended Ashbrook High School. A Roman Catholic, McHenry was the youngest of five children. His parents are now deceased. Halfway through North Carolina State University, McHenry transferred to ...
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McHenry Calls on Cordray to Testify


Congressman Patrick McHenry (NC-10), Chairman of the Oversight Subcommittee on TARP, Financial Services and Bailouts of Public and Private Programs, issued the following remarks in response to President Obama’s appointment of Richard Cordray as Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: “The President should stop allowing his Chicago political campaign to make his Washington policy decisions. The unprecedented appointment of Mr. Cordray runs counter to the constitutional requirements for a recess appointment and Obama’s own campaign pledge to run ‘the most ...


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The economic condition of the U.S. economy is affected by poor job creation. A necessary requirement for creation of employment opportunity is financing. Yorktown University's John Hilston reportsthat American banks have reduced lending to small businesses by $15 billion. That affects the ability of existing, profitable, businesses to grow. Most small businesses have "receivables" that they can borrow against and that gives them adequate cash on hand to pay their employees and vendors until their own customers make payment on services and goods. Small business owners also have personal lines ...


McHenry vows to give high level of services


Providing good constituent services and fighting to eliminate federal regulations are on the top of his priority list, U.S. Rep. Patrick McHenry, R-Cherryville, said Nov. 10 at Magnolia’s restaurant in downtown Asheville. About 100 people attended the one-hour program, sponsored by the the Council of Independent Business Owners.McHenry, who has held office for seven years, represents the 10th congressional district, which includes thei entirety of seven counties, including Avery, Burke, Caldwell, Catawba, Cleveland, Lincoln and Mitchell, as well as parts of Gaston, Iredell and ...


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McHenry Recognizes 2016 NC Teacher of the Year
Earlier today, Congressman Patrick McHenry (R, NC-10) recognized Bobbie Cavnar, the 2016 North Carolina Teacher of the Year during a speech on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives. Mr. Cavnar teaches British literature at South Point High School located in Belmont, NC. Click here or on the image below to see full video of Congressman McHenry's speech: Read more on 2016 North Carolina Teacher of the Year Bobbie Cavnar in the Gaston Gazette and the Charlotte Observer. 
McHenry Introduces Two Bills Increasing Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs
Recently, Chief Deputy Whip Patrick McHenry (R, NC-10), the Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee introduced two bills: H.R. 4854, the Supporting America’s Innovators Act of 2016 and H.R. 4855, the Fix Crowdfunding Act. These bills update our securities laws to allow for more Americans to invest in startups, and fix the problems with the SEC’s finalized rule of Title III of the JOBS Act for investment crowdfunding. “America’s economic growth is predicated on entrepreneurs accessing capital, building their businesses, and creating jobs. In the 21st century economy, that's accomplished by harnessing new technology to create networks of people throughout the country who want to see small businesses grow and succeed," said Congressman McHenry. "But as today's entrepreneurs are all too aware, old laws and muddled regulations impede their ability to utilize these new, innovative types of financing. These two bills are small but important steps which will enable c
McHenry Bill Forces EPA to Drop Racing Regulation
Chief Deputy Whip Patrick McHenry (R, NC-10), who introduced the RPM Act to combat EPA overreach into amateur racing, released the following statement after the EPA withdrew its proposed regulation of amateur racers: “The EPA’s attempt to regulate amateur racers is misguided and unnecessary. Not only is racing a beloved pastime for countless Americans, it also employs millions including many here in western North Carolina. While it's positive to see the EPA react to my legislation, the need for Congressional action on the RPM Act remains. Passing the RPM Act into law is the only way to ensure this ill-advised, job-killing regulation is stopped for good.”  BACKGROUND: On March 8th Congressman McHenry joined with Congressman Richard Hudson (R, NC-08) to introduce H.R. 4715 the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports Act of 2016 or "RPM Act" which blocks attempts by the EPA to regulate modified motor vehicles used for racing. On March 15th, Congressman McHenry joined
McHenry Announces Winners of 2016 Congressional Art Competition
Congressman Patrick McHenry (R, NC-10) announced Lily Reed and Zong Shia Yang as the winners of the Tenth District's 2016 Congressional Art Competition. Lily's work, "Donkey in Lights", was selected as the winner by a panel of judges from across the Tenth District. She is a junior at Gastonia's Gaston Day School where she studies art under teacher Holt Harris.  Lily's artwork, seen below, will be prominently displayed in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. alongside pieces from each of the Congressional districts across the country. By winning the Tenth District's competition, she will be eligible for a scholarship to the Savannah College of Art and Design.   Again this year, Congressman McHenry's office held a "People's Choice Competition" as part of the Art Competition. The winner of that contest was Zong Shia Yang's work "1976" which can be seen below. Zong is a senior at Maiden High School



 
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