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From the Wake County Government: By Stephen R. Walston The Wake County Board of Commissioners took two steps at its…
For more than two decades, Sig Hutchinson has been working to make livable, healthy communities and improve the quality of life in Wake County.
Sig Hutchinson has been working to make communities healthy and livable for more than two decades. Sig was first elected to the Wake County Commission in 2014 and has served as Chair and Vice Chair during the 4-year tenure.
Sig has led seven bond initiatives in Wake County and the City of Raleigh totaling $300 million for open space preservation, parks, greenways, transportation and affordable housing.
Sig lives in Raleigh, NC with his wife of 35 years, Nancy. They have one son who is married and three grandchildren.”
I have had the pleasure of knowing Sig Hutchinson for many years. We need Sig’s knowledge, experience, passion, and desire to lead us as we face significant challenges, especially in education and transportation. Please join me in protecting and enhancing our quality of life by electing Sig Hutchinson for Wake County Commissioner.
Sig understands that solid investments are needed to keep our community a success. He has an eye to the future and knows what it takes for sustainable economic growth.
With his commitment to improve and promote healthier lifestyles, it has been a pleasure working with Commissioner Hutchinson over the past four years. I’m appreciative of his efforts as he continues to position Wake County to be among the healthiest counties in the country.
Sig brings decades of experience in local planning and natural resource conservation to developing a positive vision for Wake County’s future. His willingness to contribute his time and energy as a Wake County Commissioner is a gift to all citizens for decades to come.
Sig has been a community leader for a long time. Now as a Commissioner, he is leading once again. With his steady and reasonable approach, Wake County has increased the public school budget by $100 million, the biggest increase in Wake County’s history. He has been able to take on many other important issues — like affordable housing and a living wage while looking for ways to preserve and protect Wake County’s quality of life. I am proud to call him my Commissioner and my friend!