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Chuck McGrady (born March 6, 1953) is a Republican member of the North Carolina General Assembly.[1] He represents the 117th district.

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1 Life and career 2 Political career 3 References 4 External links

Life and career[edit] McGrady was born in Baltimore, Maryland.[1] He graduated from Mercer University School of Law[2] and in 1978–1979 taught law at Wayne State University Law School; after that he was a law clerk and then a corporate counsel until 1992, when he became Executive Director of the Environmental & Conservation Organization of Henderson County.[1] He was an early leader of the Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy and served as President of the Sierra Club from 1998 to 2000.[3][4] In 2009–10 he was Executive Director of the North Carolina Youth Camp Association, and he is director emeritus of Falling Creek Camp in Tuxedo, North Carolina.[1] Political career[edit] He served on the council of the Village of Flat Rock from 1997 to 2001. In 2004 he was elected to the Henderson County Board of Commissioners, where he served until being elected to the North Carolina General Assembly in 2010, succeeding Carolyn Justus.[1][2][5] He is a co-chairman of the House Appropriations Committee and in 2015 declared his intent to run for re-election.[6] References[edit]

^ a b c d e "Chuck McGrady's Biography". Vote Smart. Retrieved February 1, 2016.  ^ a b "About Chuck McGrady". Chuck McGrady constituent services. Retrieved February 1, 2016.  ^ "Sierra Club Presidents". Sierra Club. Retrieved February 1, 2016.  ^ Lacey, Derek (July 11, 2015). "McGrady balances politics, environmental stance". BlueRidgeNow.com. Hendersonville, North Carolina: Times-News.  ^ Glancy, Gary (December 29–30, 2010). "Top 10 stories: Elections bring big changes". BlueRidgeNow.com. Hendersonville, North Carolina: Times-News.  ^ Barrett, Mark (November 24, 2015). "McGrady to seek re-election to N.C. House". Asheville Citizen-Times. 

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Members of the North Carolina House of Representatives

Speaker of the House: Tim Moore (R) Speaker pro Tempore: Sarah Stevens (R) Majority Leader: John R. Bell IV (R) Minority Leader: Darren Jackson (D)

   Bob Steinburg (R)    Larry Yarborough (R)    Michael Speciale (R)    Jimmy Dixon (R)    Howard J. Hunter III (D)    Beverly G. Boswell (R)    Bobbie Richardson (D)    Susan Martin (R)    Brian Brown (R)    John R. Bell IV (R)    Duane Hall (D)    George Graham (D)    Pat McElraft (R)    George Cleveland (R)    Phil Shepard (R)    Chris Millis (R)    Frank Iler (R)    Susi Hamilton (D)    Ted Davis Jr. (R)    Rick Catlin (R)    Larry Bell (D)    William Brisson (R)    Shelly Willingham (D)    Jean Farmer-Butterfield (D)    Jeff Collins (R)    N. Leo Daughtry (R)    Michael H. Wray (D)    Larry Strickland (R)    Larry Hall (D)    Paul Luebke (D)    Mickey Michaux (D)    Nathan Baskerville (D)    Rosa Gill (D)    Grier Martin (D)    Chris Malone (R)    Nelson Dollar (R)    Paul Stam (R)    Yvonne Lewis Holley (D)    Darren Jackson (D)    Joe John (D)    Gale Adcock (D)    Marvin W. Lucas (D)    Elmer Floyd (D)    William O. Richardson (D)    John Szoka (R)    Ken Waddell (D)    Charles Graham (D)    Garland E. Pierce (D)    Gary Pendleton (R)    Graig R. Meyer (D)    John I. Sauls (R)    Jamie Boles (R)    David R. Lewis (R)    Robert T. Reives II (D)    Mark Brody (R)    Verla C. Insko (D)    Pricey Harrison (D)    Amos Quick (D)    Jon Hardister (R)    Cecil Brockman (D)    John Faircloth (R)    John Blust (R)    Stephen M. Ross (R)    Dennis Riddell (R)    Bert Jones (R)    Ken Goodman (D)    Justin Burr (R)    D. Craig Horn (R)    Dean Arp (R)    Pat Hurley (R)    Evelyn Terry (D)    Edward Hanes Jr. (D)    Lee Zachary (R)    Debra Conrad (R)    Donny Lambeth (R)    Carl Ford (R)    Harry Warren (R)    Allen McNeill (R)    Julia C. Howard (R)    Sam Watford (R)    Larry Potts (R)    Larry Pittman (R)    Linda B. Johnson (R)    Rena W. Turner (R)    Josh Dobson (R)    Hugh Blackwell (R)    Destin Hall (R)    Mary Gardner Belk (D)    Mitchell S. Setzer (R)    Sarah Stevens (R)    Bryan R. Holloway (R)    Charles Jeter (R)    Jonathan C. Jordan (R)    Jeffrey Elmore (R)    John A. Fraley (R)    Jay Adams (R)    Jason Saine (R)    John R. Bradford, III (R)    Rodney W. Moore (D)    John Autry (D)    Beverly M. Earle (D)    Becky Carney (D)    William Brawley (R)    Dan Bishop (R)    Scott Stone (R)    Carla Cunningham (D)    Kelly Alexander (D)    John Torbett (R)    Dana Bumgardner (R)    Kelly Hastings (R)    Timothy K. Moore (R)    Mike Hager (R)    Chris Whitmire (R)    Susan C. Fisher (D)    John Ager (D)    Brian Turner (D)    Chuck McGrady (R)    Michele D. Presnell (R)    Mike Clampitt (R)    Roger West (R)

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