NC Physical Therapy PAC endorses Senator Jim Davis

From the press release:

(Franklin, NC) – The North Carolina Physical Therapy Political Action Committee has endorsed Senator Jim Davis for re-election (R-District 50; Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Jackson, Macon and Swain Counties). The NCPT-PAC likes Senator Davis because he has shown that he is committed to “do the right thing.” His continued efforts to help physical therapists and physical therapist assistants in his district and across the state are greatly appreciated.

An orthodontist by trade, Senator Davis understands healthcare as well as business. He believes in a fair playing field for small business owners and is a champion for consumer rights regarding better access to healthcare. His support for both patients and healthcare providers should be recognized by returning him to the North Carolina Senate.

Senator Davis’ leadership skill set, excellent work ethic and family centered outlook are admired and respected by the physical therapy community. These characteristics, combined with his principle based voting stance, make him an excellent candidate for re-election. The NCPT-PAC calls upon other healthcare disciplines in district 50 to join with physical therapy in supporting Senator Davis for re-election.


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