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Commissioner Holmes On the Record with David Crabtree: 

Poverty, Child Hunger and the So Called Carolina Comeback

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Jessica Holmes: Meals on Wheels Makes a Difference 

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More Wake County high schools get food pantries

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Wake Commissioner Holmes offers a good idea to boost affordable housing 

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Inside Wake Commissioner Jessica Holmes' Push for Affordable Housing 

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Commissioners approve Fair Chance Hiring Ordinance 

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Wake County votes unanimously to increase employee minimum wage

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 Summer Reading Matters . . . Tag, You're It!

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 Wake County needs democrats to sweep commissioners elections

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County races also critical to achieving progressive ideals 

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Why I'm Running - February 2014

Wake County is a great place to live. But, it won’t stay that way unless our leaders make the right decisions now. As an advocate for educators and a community volunteer, I understand that our economic prosperity depends on strong schools producing strong students.

I am ready to work hard to win this race. I come from humble beginnings, but I worked my way through a quality North Carolina public education system from kindergarten on to graduate from Carolina undergraduate and Carolina Law.

 Every child in Wake County deserves that same opportunity. I am ready to take personal responsibility to ensure that every child has a chance to succeed. That’s why I’m running to represent you on the Wake County Board of Commissioners.


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