Rouzer co-sponsored the bill that will authorize the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to take measures to address issues with water supply and waste water infrastructure, flood control, navigation, and ecosystem restoration, such as shoreline restoration.
Incumbent New Hanover County School Board Member Nelson Beaulieu has field a campaign finance complaint with the North Carolina State Board of Elections alleging Judy Justice, another candidate and fellow board member, of several campaign finance violations.
Five challengers have filed to run in the 2022 primary elections for North Carolina’s Seventh Congressional District seat currently held by Rep. David Rouzer. Four challengers are in the democratic primary, while one candidate will run against Rep. Rouzer in the republican primary.
New Hanover County Chairwoman and former attorney Julia Olson-Boseman is facing several allegations of wrongdoing. From financial mismanagement, failure to file campaign finance reports, an ongoing investigation by the State Bureau of Investigation, and an injunction filed by the North Carolina State Bar, the allegations are numerous.
Many students said their biggest concern is how these candidates would address the county’s lack of affordable housing - a very real problem for soon-to-be graduates who say they can’t find places to live within their price range.
On the episode, the latest allegations against Julia Olson-Boseman, this time from the North Carolina Bar Association and a pattern of financial troubles that have followed the county chair. Plus, a reflection on Sunshine Week — the annual celebration of government transparency and the media’s efforts to ensure it — and some recent stories that illustrate why it’s important.