YOUR 2014 LEGISLATIVE SESSION RESOURCE

The North Carolina General Assembly


www.ncleg.net

Visitwww.ncleg.net, the official website of the North Carolina General Assembly. Use this website as a tool to track bills, find and communicate with your State House and State representatives, as well as follow chamber activity, meetings and issues before the General Assembly. The 2017 Session (the Long Session) convened at noon on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 and is currently active. 



Determine Your Legislators

All residents of North Carolina are represented in the United States Senate by both Senators Thom Tillis and Richard Burr. Representation in the NC House, the NC Senate and the US House is determined by legislative district.Click herefor more information on who your legislators are.



General Assembly Representation by County

The NCASA has compiled a listing of representatives presented by county.Click here to download the latest directory.

House contact info:

Contact information for all House members, including room number, phone number, and email

Senate contatct info:

Contact information for all Senate members, including room number, phone number, and email



2017 Legislative Committees

Download 2017 Legislative Committee Roster for each committee by clicking the committee titles below:


House

Senate

House Appropriations Committee
Senate Appropriations/Base Budget Committee
House Appropriations Subcommittee on Education
Senate Appropriations on Education Committee
House Education K-12 Committee
Senate Education Committee
House State Personnel Committee
Senate Appropriations on Pensions, Compensation, and Benefits Committee 








                         House Pensions & Retirement Committee



Make Your Voice Heard

Download The Keys to Grassroots Lobbying: A Guide for School Administrators, an NCASA publication designed to help you make your voice heard. Contact Executive Director Katherine Joyce [kjoyce@ncasa.net] or Government Affairs Specialist Adam Pridemore [apridemore@ncasa.net] for more information.

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