When I worked to put myself through law school, I had a clear vision of what I wanted to achieve. I wanted to be a prosecutor. I always knew that I wanted to work to see that victims of crime were as well represented as possible and that criminals received what they deserved under the law.
I am announcing today that I am running for another term to serve as District Attorney. My goals remain the same today as when I was a law student. My drive to prosecute crime and my passion to represent victims remain.
A big difference now is that I have experience. I started as an Assistant District Attorney in 1997. I became District Attorney since 2007. I have learned that leadership and experience matters. There is too much at stake for on the job training. I will continue to successfully lead the District Attorney’s office in the prosecution of the thousands of cases we handle.
I’m asking you to stand with me as I continue to prosecute thieves, rapists, habitual felons, drunk drivers, drug dealers, murderers and all of the other crimes that sicken all of us. I am one of a handful of District Attorneys in North Carolina with an inmate on death row. I know how to win in court.
The new Moore County and Hoke County combined Prosecutorial District makes it more important than ever that you have a District Attorney who is an experienced leader, dedicated to all of the citizens she serves and who will not be swayed by other interests.
I hope you will support me in my bid to serve you as District Attorney