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Fayetteville City Council Member Announces Her Bid to Run for NC State Representative District 42

Fayetteville City Councilwoman Courtney Banks-McLaughlin announced her bid to file for North Carolina State Representative, District 42, for the 2024 election. The Exclusive Press confirmed the news today through Banks-McLaughlin.

She believes North Carolinians will benefit from her transparency, policy decision-making ability, and community visibility.

Fayetteville City Councilwoman, Banks-McLaughlin; Courtesy of Facebook

Banks-McLaughlin, who recently won her 3rd term on November 7th, has been in the seat for District 8 since December 2019. Governor Cooper appointed her to serve on the Governor’s Crime Commission in April 2023. 

“I want to continue to serve as a representative not only for the city of Fayetteville but for the great state of North Carolina,” Banks-McLaughlin shared with the Exclusive Press.

State Representative Marvin W. Lucas currently serves in the seat. The filing period starts on December 4th.

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