House District 37

Erin Paré

Erin Pare opposes allowing biological males to participate in girls’ and women’s sports in middle school, high school, and college.

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57%

of voters said they would be more likely to vote for Paré after learning this. This message was most persuasive with soft GOP, unaffiliated, somewhat conservative, moderate, persuadable, and likely voters. This message was third best performing with voters soft Democrats.

Erin Pare voted to end sanctuary city policies in North Carolina and require sheriffs to cooperate with federal immigration officials when detaining illegal immigrants charged with violent crimes.

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57%%

of voters said they would be more likely to vote for Bill Ward after learning this. This was the second most persuasive message to voters who identify as unaffiliated, somewhat conservative, have a high election interest, and are willing to move their vote from Jackson to Paré.

Erin Pare is committed to making sure the infrastructure in southern Wake County can keep up with our growing population. She secured $67 million to ease traffic congestion and expand capacity for clean drinking water.

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71%

of voters said they would be more likely to vote for Bill Ward after learning this. This message was most persuasive with voters who identify as soft democrats and are willing to move their vote from Jackson to Paré. This message was second best preforming with those who identify as moderate and persuadable. This message was third most persuasive with those who identify as soft GOP, somewhat liberal, and those who have a high interst in the upcoming election.

Erin Pare is committed to prioritizing our children’s safety. She secured $170 million in
school safety initiatives, including putting more School Resource Officers in our schools.

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62%

of voters said they would be more likely to vote for Paré after learning this. 

Erin Pare is a small business owner who knows firsthand how hard rising prices have
strained the budgets of middle-class and working-class families. She is committed to doing what
is right for families trying to make ends meet, which is why she passed the largest tax cut in
North Carolina history.

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61%

of voters said they would be more likely to vote for Paré after learning this. 

As a mother of two public school students and former PTA president, Erin Pare knows firsthand how important education is. That’s why she’s voted to raise teacher pay and increase classroom funding every year she’s been in office.

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71%

of voters said they would be more likely to vote for Paré after learning this. 

As our economy continues to grow and change, Erin Pare is focused on ensuring our students are taught the skills they need to succeed in high-paying jobs after graduation. She secured millions of dollars in grants for more STEM and vocational programs in public schools.

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71%

of voters said they would be more likely to vote for Paré after learning this. 

Safiyah Jackson

Safiyah Jackson supports a bill that would eliminate math and science positions in schools, increase class sizes in kindergarten through third grade, and remove protections for Exceptional Children programs in order to create a new multi-billion-dollar bureaucracy that would micromanage how principals run their schools and teachers manage their classrooms.

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Safiyah Jackson Survey

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67%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Jackson after learning this. This was the most persuasive message to voters who identify as unaffiliated, moderates, those who have a high election interest, and those willing to move their vote from Jackson to Paré. This was the second most persuasive message with voters who identify as soft Democrat, somewhat liberal, persuadable . This was the third most persuasive message with voters who identify as soft GOP and somewhat conservative.

Even though millions of North Carolinians are struggling with higher prices and stagnating wages, Safiyah Jackson wants to raise our taxes, leaving us with less money and higher bills.

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61%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Jackson after learning this. This was the most persuasive message to voters who identify as somewhat conservative and moderate. This was the second most persuasive message to voters who identify as, soft GOP, unaffiliated, and who would move their vote from Jackson to Paré. This was the third most persuasive message to voters who identify as, soft Democrat, somewhat liberal, persuadable, and voters who have a high interst in the upcoming election.

Safiyah Jackson was a slumlord in Chicago who was fined and ultimately sued by authorities for repeatedly failing to provide safe living conditions for her tenants, including no heat in the middle of winter, dangerous electrical work including exposed wires, and no hot water for three months.

65%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Jackson after learning this. This was the most persuasive message to voters who identify as soft GOP, soft Democrat, somewhat liberal, and persuadable. This was the second most persuasive message to voters who have a high interest in this upcoming election. This was the third most persuasive message to those who identify as unaffiliated, moderate, and voters willing to move thier vote from Jackson to Paré.

Even as families struggle with high prices, Safiyah Jackson supports the extreme, job-
killing Green New Deal, which would raise gas prices even higher, amount to a socialist takeover of the economy, cost $93 trillion, and eliminate over a million high-paying jobs.

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59%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Jackson after learning this. 

Safiyah Jackson is endorsed and supported by radical leftists who have called for
defunding federal law enforcement and keeping our southern border wide open.

52%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Paré after learning this.

Safiyah Jackson opposes using metal detectors and other commonsense safety
measures to keep our kids safe in schools.

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57%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Jackson after learning this.

After years of facing legal trouble and court judgements against her for unsafe
conditions, Safiyah Jackson abandoned her business in order to avoid foreclosure.

57%

of voters said they would be less likely to vote for Jackson after learning this.