HT-N: McGrady will see re-election to state House of Representatives

State Rep. Chuck McGrady announced Monday he will seek re-election for the 117th District seat in the North Carolina House of Representatives. McGrady said he still has “unfinished business” in the Legislature.

A former Henderson County commissioner, McGrady told the Hendersonville Times-News he will continue to focus on issues important to local governments. He chairs the “county caucus,” a joint caucus of senators and representatives interested in issues affecting counties.

The 117th District seat he represents encompasses nearly three-quarters of Henderson County, including Hendersonville, Fletcher, Laurel Park and Mills River.


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