Alma Adams

Alma-Shealey-Adams1.jpgU.S. House of Representatives
North Carolina

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Higher Heights for America proudly endorses Alma Adams for North Carolina’s 12th Congressional District.  From School Board and City Hall to the State House, Adams is poised to provide a voice and leadership for the residents of North Carolina in Washington, D.C.

“Alma Adams’ years of public service and proven track record has provided her with the skills needed to continue her work to ensure that every child has access to an excellent and protect working families and the middle class,” said Kimberly Peeler Allen, Co-founder of Higher Heights

Alma Adams has fought tirelessly to improve public schools and protect women’s rights. Adams’ work to protect and expand the middle class and increase the minimum wage in North Carolina earned her statewide recognition.

She has sponsored and supported legislation to strengthen domestic violence laws; worked to improve adolescent pregnancy programs; and supported legislation for quality, affordable health care for seniors and children.

Adams began her public service when she was elected to the Greensboro City School Board, where she became the first Black woman elected to that body.  After serving on the Greensboro City School Board, Adams was elected to the Greensboro City Council.  In 1994, she was appointed to the General Assembly in 1994 by Governor James B. Hunt.  


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