Wake County General Election

Tuesday, Novenber 3, 2020

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    More Than Two Decades Of Leadership

    Sig Hutchinson was first elected to the Wake County Commission in 2014 and has served as Chair and Vice Chair during his tenure.

    Sig has led multiple bond initiatives in Wake County and the City of Raleigh totaling more than $400 million for open space preservation, parks, greenways, transportation and affordable housing.

    Sig lives in Raleigh, NC with his wife of more than 35 years, Nancy. They have one son who is married and three grandchildren.”

     

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    Chair, Growth & Sustainability Committee
    Addressing growth, the environment & quality of life

    Chair, CAMPO
    Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization

    Chair – National Association of Counties
    Parks, Open Space and Trails committee

    Chair – Upper Neuse River Basin Association
    Protecting water quality at Falls Lake

    Co-Chair – Live Well Wake
    Improving health & well-being of our citizens

    Vice-Chair – GoTriangle
    Triangle’s regional transit authority

    A Proven Track Record of Success

    Creating thriving communities for you and your family.

    Natural Resources & Recreation

    • 250 miles of greenways
    • 7,000+ acres of protected open space
    • $120M parks, greenways & openspace bond

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    Transportation & Transit

    • I-540 loop completion underway
    • Youth & seniors ride buses for free
    • Expanded bus routes, hours & weekend service
    • Commuter rail service in 2027

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    Jobs

    • 50,000+ jobs over four years from businesses expanding and new employers coming to Wake County
    • Passed Wake County Living Wage Ordinance

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    Public Education

    • 1/3 more funding for public schools
    • Doubled Pre-K Smart Start funding in 2019
    • Supporting 74,000 students at Wake Tech – New RTP Campus, Scholarships, apprentice programs

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    Quality of Life

    • $14M/yr in affordable housing spending
    • Universal School Breakfast in public schools
    • New Oak City Cares homeless center

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