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Regent School of Law Alumnus Grey Mills to run for North Carolina House of Representatives

Regent University School of Law alumnus Grey Mills (‘94) announced early January that he will run for the North Carolina House of Representatives this year. He is pledging active and responsive leadership for North Carolina’s Iredell County.

“Whether you’re talking about young families, working people, or retirees, they all have one thing in common,” said Mills. “They all need a representative who listens to them, who takes an interest in what’s going on in the community and who is accessible to them on a consistent basis.”

Mills, who grew up in Iredell County, is a fiscal and social conservative, supportive of the right to life, the protection of traditional marriage, and the protection of our Second Amendment rights.

Since graduating Regent, Mills has co-founded the law firm of Mills & Levine, P.A. and has served as the Iredell County Republican Party Chairman for four years. Previous to those accomplishments, he was an Assistant District Attorney and a Government, Economics, and U.S. History teacher.

He and his wife Jennifer have three children and are all active at Mooresville First Baptist Church, where Grey previously served as Deacon and the Stewardship Chairman.

The primary is scheduled for May 6th. For more information about this alumnus’ campaign, please visit www.Mills2008.com.

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