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Meet N' Greet: GOP NC AG Candidate Tom Murry at BCGOP Hdqtrs, Tuesday, May 16th @6PM

We are very pleased to announce that there will be a Pizza Meet N' Greet for GOP NC Attorney General candidate, Tom Murry on Tuesday, May 16th, 2023 @6PM at Buncombe County GOP Headquarters, 18g Regent Park Blvd., Asheville, NC 28806.

Tom Murry is running in 2024 against current Attorney General Democrat, Josh Stein who has had a abysmal eight year record of not defending our state.

Please join us for pizza, coffee, tea, and sweets to meet with Tom. Bring your questions and concerns.

Husband | Father | Veteran | Attorney | Pharmacist

Tom is a pharmacist and a former Representative and state prosecutor from Wake County and a former member of the N.C. House from Morrisville.

“My pledge to the people of North Carolina is simple,” Murry said. “I will stand beside local law enforcement, District Attorneys, and victim’s advocates to defend, not defund, the rule of law for all North Carolinians.”

Tom is also an advocate for election integrity which is front and foremost the big issue in the upcoming election and beyond.

Murry served as an at-large member of the Morrisville Town Council for five years after winning elections in 2005 and 2009. Murry resigned his council seat to be sworn-in as a member of the North Carolina House of Representatives.[4]

North Carolina House

In May 2010, Murry defeated Todd Batchelor in the Republican primary before facing Democrat Chris Heagarty for in the November general election. Heagarty had been appointed to the seat just months earlier by Gov. Bev Perdue to fill the remainder of the scandal-plagued [5] term of Democratic Rep. Ty Harrell, who had recently resigned. Murry defeated Heagarty by a 54% to 46% margin.

Murry did not face a primary opponent in 2012. Murry defeated his November 2012 general election opponent, Jim Messina, by a 52-48 percent margin.


In his first term as Representative of the 41st district, Murry was the primary sponsor of numerous bills involving medical or health care issues in North Carolina, including a GOP-led measure that sought to exempt North Carolina from the federal Affordable Care Act.

Murry was the primary sponsor of voter ID legislation and a regulatory reform bill that eliminated over 1400 regulations.

The North Carolina Free Enterprise Foundation (NCFEF) called Murry the most pro-business freshman legislator in the NC State House in 2010.[11]

Murry was ranked as the "Most Effective Freshman" in the North Carolina State House for the 2011-12 legislative session by the North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research (NCCPPR).[

Murry was ranked as the 10th most effective member of the North Carolina State House for the 2013-14 legislative session by NCCPPR. ( )

Find out more. Hope to see you on May 16th. An RSVP to Jane at would be greatly appreciated to assure we have enough food. Thanks.

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