Securing Robeson County's Future

Secure Robeson's Economic Future

Jarrod's top priority will be securing our economic future by putting working class North Carolina families first. Especially now with high inflation and rising prices, Jarrod wants to cut taxes so families can keep more of their hard-earned money.

Ensure Students Have Access to a Quality Education

Jarrod wants each person to have the ability to seek a quality education. Jarrod will fight to protect the NC Promise initiative, which keeps college tuition costs at UNC-Pembroke just $500 per semester. Jarrod knows how important teachers are to our students and communities, and he will work to raise teacher pay to better reflect the value they provide.

Keep Our Communities Safe by Supporting Law Enforcement

Working for the State Fire Marshall, Jarrod gained an understanding the challenges facing law enforcement across North Carolina and the vital purpose they serve for keeping our communities safe. Jarrod proudly stands with law enforcement and will work to make sure they have the resources they need to do their jobs and keep us safe.

Advocate for Pro-Life, Pro-Family Policies

Jarrod understands how important it is to be a voice for the voiceless and recognizes that the most innocent form of human life deserves to be protected. In the State House, Jarrod has supported pro-life legislation that protects the lives of the unborn, supports women and families, and improves adoption and foster care centers.

Invest in Infrastructure Upgrades

Quality public infrastructure is critical in serving the public's everyday needs. In the General Assembly, Jarrod will work to modernize infrastructure in Robeson County and across the state, especially in rural communities.

Support Native American Students

As a member of the Lumbee Tribe, Jarrod understands the cultural significance of an eagle or hawk's feather in Native American communities. Jarrod authored legislation protecting the rights of Native American students to display objects of cultural significance at graduation ceremonies, which is now law in North Carolina.