Law Alum Grey Mills Wins Seat in North Carolina House of Representatives

Regent Law alumnus Grey Mills (‘94) will represent the 95th House District of North Carolina in the 2009-2010 General Assembly.

In January of this year, Mills announced his decision to run against incumbent Republican Karen Ray. In May, he won the hotly-contested seat by a narrow margin.

Mills said he knew the race would be close. The battle was for the seat itself, as there was no Democrat vying for the spot. “Considering I was running against a three term incumbent who easily outspent my campaign, I was very happy with the results," said Mills.

He has pledged active and responsive leadership for North Carolina’s Iredell County. A large portion of his platform had to do with getting better representation at Raleigh for the members of Iredell.

“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.”

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.

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