|N.C. Representative||N.C. House 55||Incumbent|
|Party||In Office Since||Term Ends|
|Level of Government|
|Date of Birth||Birthplace||Now Lives In|
|January 31, 1941||Roxboro, NC||Roxboro, NC|
N.C. Association of Educators,
Frances M. Wilkins
Wyn and Wyatt
Roxboro Baptist Church, Rocket Club - Person High School booster club. Named one of Person County's 30 most influential citizens in 2000 by Piedmont Community College
715-0850 - Legislative office
336-599-7336 - home
UNC Chapel Hill
Graduated: did not graduate
Name one way you would change government.
I would like to see us go to a budgeting process that does not fund positions, department by department, at 100 percent. You're always going to have vacancies. I think you would find that most large corporations in America do budgeting that way. Instead of turning around and asking departments to revert money back to the General Fund, money unused, I just wouldn't fund at 100 percent up front. I'd like to fund at 96 or 97 percent.
What is the most pressing problem affecting the function of district court?