Eastern North Carolina – There is a primary in each party to find a candidate to replace retiring state Senator Charlie Albertson.
The Democrats are District Attorney Dewey Hudson and business owner Gordon Vermillion. Hudson has has decades of experience as a prosecutor. Vermillion describes himself as a conservative democrat. The Republicans are Brent Jackson and Chris Humphrey. Jackson owns a 5,500 acre farm growing produce and other crops. Humphrey owns a insurance and real estate companies.
All four candidates talk about the importance of attracting new jobs to the North Carolina Senate’s 10th District.