Ted Davis Receives Recognition from NCFREE
NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Legislative Building | 16 West Jones Street | Raleigh, NC 27601 | 919-733-4111
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 15, 2020
Rep. Ted Davis Jr. Recognized with Strong Pro-Business Rating in NC House
RALEIGH, N.C. – The North Carolina FreeEnterprise Foundation (NCFREE) released a special COVID-19 edition of the organization’s 2019-2020 Legislative Business Rating (LBR), an analysis of the voting records of North Carolina General Assembly members as they relate to advancing and protecting business opportunities within the state.
In the North Carolina House of Representatives, Representative Ted Davis Jr. earned one of the top ratings with a 95.3% pro-business voting record.
On the ratings report, Rep. Davis offered the following:
“I am very proud to once again receive this prestigious recognition. My record reflects that I am pro-business and I consistently exhibit strong support for job growth, small businesses and free enterprise”.
House Majority Leader John R. Bell, IV (R-Wayne) offered the following:
“Thanks to Republican pro-growth reforms like less taxes and fewer regulations, North Carolina has built a strong economy and has been rated the top state for business by Forbes for three straight years. As we navigate the challenges associated with the coronavirus, we will continue to promote polices that support of small businesses and job growth.”
Anna Beavon Gravely, Executive Director of the North Carolina FreeEnterprise Foundation:
“There is no ignoring the disruption and destruction caused by COVID-19 not only to our business community, but also to our friends and family. As such, the NCFREE Research Committee decided it was necessary to show how legislators are voting in 2020 and then how those votes impacted their overall 2019-2020 Session score…”.
NC FreeEnterprise Foundation (NCFREE) is the premiere research organization in the state providing non-partisan analysis of the political landscape and its impact on North Carolina’s business environment.
The ratings for the Senators featured 20 recorded votes, and the ratings for the Representatives featured 19 recorded votes. Additional information on the methodology behind the ratings is available at the NCFREE website, ncfree.org.