- North Carolina General Assembly of 2003–2004
Members of the North Carolina General Assembly, 2003–2004 session were elected in November 2002. The 2002 legislative elections were conducted under an interim redistricting map following the 2000 census; a more permanent redistricting map was passed in November 2003 for use through 2010.
North Carolina House Officers Position Name Party Co-Speaker Joe Hackney Democratic Co-Speaker Richard T. Morgan Republican Majority Leader Joe Hackney Democratic Majority Whips Beverly M. Earle Democratic R. Phillip Haire Democratic Marian N. McLawhorn Democratic Paul Miller Democratic Minority Leader Joe L. Kiser Republican Minority Whip Trudi Walend Republican Deputy Minority Whip Carolyn H. Justice Republican Freshman Leaders Rick Glazier Democratic John I. Sauls Republican
- Permanent Democratic Caucus Chair: Edd Nye (22nd district)
North Carolina House Members 2003-2004 District Representative Party Residence Counties Represented 1 William C. Owens, Jr. Democratic Elizabeth City Camden , Currituck , Gates , Pasquotank 2 William T. Culpepper, III Democratic Edenton Chowan , Dare , Gates , Perquimans , Tyrrell 3 Michael A. Gorman Republican Trent Woods Craven , Pamlico 4 Charles Elliott Johnson Democratic Greenville Craven , Martin , Pitt 5 Howard J. Hunter, Jr. Democratic Ahoskie Bertie , Hertford , Northampton 6 Arthur J. Williams Democratic Washington Beaufort , Hyde , Washington 7 John D. Hall Democratic Scotland Neck Halifax , Nash 8 Edith D. Warren Democratic Farmville Greene , Martin , Pitt 9 Marian N. McLawhorn Democratic Grifton Pitt 10 Stephen A. LaRoque Republican Kinston Duplin , Lenoir 11 Louis M. Pate, Jr. Republican Mount Olive Wayne 12 William L. Wainwright Democratic Havelock Craven , Jones , Lenoir 13 Jean R. Preston Republican Emerald Isle Carteret , Onslow 14 Keith P. Williams Republican Hubert Onslow 15 W. Robert Grady Republican Jacksonville Onslow 16 Carolyn H. Justice Republican Hampstead New Hanover , Pender 17 Bonner L. Stiller Republican Oak Island Brunswick , New Hanover 18 Thomas E. Wright Democratic Wilmington Brunswick , Columbus , New Hanover 19 Daniel F. McComas Republican Wilmington New Hanover 20 Dewey L. Hill Democratic Whiteville Brunswick 21 Larry M. Bell Democratic Clinton Duplin , Sampson , Wayne 22 Edd Nye Democratic Elizabethtown Bladen , Sampson 23 Joe P. Tolson Democratic Pinetops Edgecombe , Wilson 24 Jean Farmer-Butterfield Democratic Wilson Edgecombe , Wilson 25 William G. Daughtridge, Jr. Republican Rocky Mount Nash 26 Billy J. Creech Republican Clayton Johnston , Wayne 27 Stanley H. Fox Democratic Oxford Granville , Vance , Warren 28 N. Leo Daughtry Republican Smithfield Johnston 29 Paul Miller Democratic Durham Durham 30 Paul Luebke Democratic Durham Durham 31 Henry M. Michaux, Jr. Democratic Durham Durham 32 James W. Crawford, Jr. Democratic Oxford Durham , Granville , Vance 33 Bernard Allen Democratic Raleigh Wake 34 Don Munford Republican Raleigh Wake 35 Jennifer Weiss Democratic Cary Wake 36 David M. Miner Republican Wake 37 Paul Stam Republican Apex Wake 38 Deborah K. Ross Democratic Raleigh Wake 39 J. Sam Ellis Republican Raleigh Wake 40 Rick L. Eddins Republican Raleigh Wake 41 Margaret H. Dickson Democratic Fayetteville Cumberland , Harnett 42 Marvin W. Lucas Democratic Spring Lake Cumberland , Harnett 43 Mary E. McAllister Democratic Fayetteville Cumberland 44 Rick Glazier Democratic Fayetteville Cumberland 45 Alex Warner Democratic Hope Mills Cumberland 46 Douglas Y. Yongue Democratic Laurinburg Hoke , Robeson , Scotland 47 Ronnie N. Sutton Democratic Pembroke Hoke , Robeson 48 Donald A. Bonner Democratic Rowland Hoke , Robeson , Scotland 49 Lucy T. Allen Democratic Louisburg Franklin , Halifax , Warren 50 J. Russell Capps Republican Raleigh Wake 51 John I. Sauls Republican Sanford Harnett , Lee , Moore 52 Richard T. Morgan Republican Pinehurst Moore 53 David R. Lewis Republican Dunn Harnett 54 Joe Hackney Democratic Chapel Hill Chatham , Orange 55 Gordon P. Allen Democratic Roxboro Orange , Person 56 Verla C. Insko Democratic Chapel Hill Orange 57 Joanne W. Bowie Republican Greensboro Guilford 58 Alma S. Adams Democratic Greensboro Guilford 59 Maggie Jeffus Democratic Greensboro Guilford 60 Earl Jones Democratic Greensboro Guilford 61 Stephen W. Wood Republican Guilford 62 John M. Blust Republican Greensboro Guilford 63 Alice L. Bordsen Democratic Mebane Alamance 64 Cary D. Allred Republican Burlington Alamance 65 E. Nelson Cole Democratic Reidsville Rockingham 66 P. Wayne Sexton, Sr. Republican Eden Forsyth , Rockingham 67 Arlie F. Culp Republican Ramseur Randolph 68 G. Wayne Goodwin Democratic Hamlet Richmond , Stanly 69 Pryor A. Gibson, III Democratic Wadesboro Anson , Montgomery , Union 70 Bobby H. Barbee, Sr. Republican Locust Stanly , Union 71 Larry W. Womble Democratic Winston-Salem Forsyth 72 Earline W. Parmon Democratic Winston-Salem Forsyth 73 J. Curtis Blackwood, Jr. Republican Matthews Union 74 Linda P. Johnson Republican Kannapolis Cabarrus 75 Jeffrey L. Barnhart Republican Concord Cabarrus 76 W. Eugene McCombs
Fred F. Steen, II
Rowan 77 Lorene T. Coates Democratic Salisbury Rowan 78 Harold J. Brubaker Republican Asheboro Randolph 79 Julia C. Howard Republican Mocksville Davidson , Davie , Iredell 80 Jerry C. Dockham Republican Denton Davidson 81 L. Hugh Holliman Democratic Lexington Davidson 82 W. Eugene Wilson Republican Boone Ashe , Watauga 83 R. Tracy Walker Republican Wilkesboro Wilkes 84 Phillip D. Frye Republican Spruce Pine Avery , Caldwell , Mitchell 85 Mitch Gillespie Republican Marion Burke , Caldwell , McDowell 86 Walter G. Church, Sr. Democratic Valdese Burke 87 Edgar V. Starnes Republican Granite Falls Alexander , Caldwell 88 Mark K. Hilton Republican Conover Catawba 89 Mitchell S. Setzer Republican Catawba Catawba 90 James A. Harrell, III Democratic Elkin Alleghany , Surry 91 Rex L. Baker Republican King Forsyth , Stokes , Surry 92 George M. Holmes Republican Hamptonville Forsyth , Yadkin 93 William C. McGee Republican Clemmons Forsyth 94 Michael P. Decker Republican Walkertown Forsyth 95 Karen B. Ray Republican Mooresville Catawba , Iredell 96 W. Franklin Mitchell Republican Olin Iredell 97 Joe L. Kiser Republican Vale Lincoln 98 John W. Rhodes Republican Huntersville Mecklenburg 99 Drew P. Saunders Democratic Huntersville Mecklenburg 100 James B. Black Democratic Matthews Mecklenburg 101 Beverly M. Earle Democratic Charlotte Mecklenburg 102 Becky Carney Democratic Charlotte Mecklenburg 103 Jim Gulley Republican Matthews Mecklenburg 104 Constance K. Wilson Republican Charlotte Mecklenburg 105 W. Edwin McMahan Republican Charlotte Mecklenburg 106 Martha B. Alexander Democratic Charlotte Mecklenburg 107 W. Pete Cunningham Democratic Charlotte Mecklenburg 108 John M. Rayfield Republican Gaston 109 Patrick T. McHenry Republican Cherryville Gaston 110 Debbie A. Clary Republican Cherryville Cleveland , Gaston 111 Tim Moore Republican Kings Mountain Cleveland 112 Bobby F. England Democratic Ellenboro Cleveland 113 Trudi Walend Republican Brevard Henderson , Polk , Transylvania 114 Martin L. Nesbitt, Jr.
Susan C. Fisher
Buncombe 115 D. Bruce Goforth Democratic Asheville Buncombe 116 Wilma M. Sherrill Republican Asheville Buncombe 117 Carolyn K. Justus Republican Hendersonville Henderson , Transylvania 118 Ray Rapp Democratic Mars Hill Haywood , Madison , Yancey 119 R. Phillip Haire Democratic Silva Haywood , Jackson , Macon , Swain 120 Roger West Republican Marble Cherokee , Clay , Graham , Macon
The North Carolina State Senate, during the 2003–2004 session, consisted of 28 Democrats and 22 Republicans.
North Carolina Senate Officers Position Name Party Lieutenant Governor / President of the Senate Beverly Perdue Democratic President Pro Tem Marc Basnight Democratic Deputy President Pro Tempore Charlie Smith Dannelly Democratic Majority Leader Tony Rand Democratic Majority Whip Jeanne Hopkins Lucas Democratic Minority Leader Patrick J. Ballantine Republican Deputy Minority Leader James Forrester Republican Minority Whip Fern Shubert Republican Deputy Minority Whip Tom Apodaca Republican
- Permanent Democratic Caucus Chair: R. C. Soles, Jr.
- Democratic Caucus Secretary: Charles W. Albertson
- Secretary of Republican Caucus: Phil Berger
North Carolina Senate Members 2003-2004 District Senator Party Residence Counties Represented 1 Marc Basnight Democratic Manteo Beaufort , Camden , Chowan , Currituck , Dare , Hyde , Pasquotank , Perquimans 2 Scott Thomas Democratic New Bern Carteret , Craven , Pamlico 3 Clark Jenkins Democratic Tarboro Bertie , Edgecombe , Martin , Pitt , Tyrrell , Washington 4 Robert Lee Holloman Democratic Ahoskie Gates , Halifax , Hertford , Northampton , Vance , Warren 5 Tony P. Moore Republican Winterville Pitt , Wilson 6 Cecil Hargett Democratic Jacksonville Jones , Onslow 7 John H. Kerr III Democratic Goldsboro Greene , Lenoir , Wayne 8 R. C. Soles, Jr. Democratic Tabor City Brunswick , Columbus , Pender 9 Patrick J. Ballantine Republican Wilmington New Hanover 10 Charles W. Albertson Democratic Duplin , Harnett , Sampson 11 A. B. Swindell Democratic Nashville Franklin , Nash , Vance 12 Fred Smith Republican Johnston , Wayne 13 David F. Weinstein Democratic Lumberton Hoke , Robeson 14 Vernon Malone Democratic Raleigh Wake 15 John H. Carrington Republican Wake 16 Eric Miller Reeves Democratic Raleigh Wake 17 Richard Y. Stevens Republican Cary Wake 18 Wib Gulley Democratic Durham Durham , Granville , Person 19 Tony Rand Democratic Fayetteville Bladen , Cumberland 20 Jeanne Hopkins Lucas Democratic Durham Durham 21 Larry Shaw Democratic Fayetteville Cumberland 22 Harris Blake Republican Pinehurst Harnett , Lee , Moore 23 Eleanor Kinnaird Democratic Carrboro Chatham , Orange 24 Hugh Webster Republican Burlington Alamance , Caswell 25 William R. Purcell Democratic Laurinburg Anson , Richmond , Scotland , Stanly 26 Phil Berger Republican Eden Guilford , Rockingham 27 Kay Hagan Democratic Greensboro Guilford 28 Katie G. Dorsett Democratic Greensboro Guilford 29 Jerry W. Tillman Republican Archdale Montgomery , Randolph 30 John A. Garwood Republican North Wilkesboro Stokes , Surry , Wilkes 31 Hamilton C. Horton, Jr. Republican Winston-Salem Forsyth 32 Linda Garrou Democratic Winston-Salem Forsyth 33 Stan Bingham Republican Denton Davidson , Guilford 34 Andrew C. Brock Republican Mocksville Davie , Rowan 35 Fern Shubert Republican Marshville Mecklenburg , Union 36 Fletcher L. Hartsell, Jr. Republican Concord Cabarrus , Rowan 37 Daniel G. Clodfelter Democratic Charlotte Mecklenburg 38 Charlie Smith Dannelly Democratic Charlotte Mecklenburg 39 Robert A. Rucho Republican Matthews Mecklenburg 40 Robert Pittenger Republican Charlotte Mecklenburg 41 R. B. Sloan, Jr. Republican Mooresville Alexander , Iredell 42 James Forrester Republican Stanley Catawba , Gaston , Lincoln 43 David W. Hoyle Democratic Dallas Gaston 44 Austin M. Allran Republican Hickory Burke , Catawba 45 Virginia Foxx Republican Banner Elk Alleghany , Ashe , Caldwell , Watauga , Wilkes 46 Walter H. Dalton Democratic Rutherfordton Cleveland , Rutherford 47 Joe Sam Queen Democratic Waynesville Avery , Haywood , Madison , McDowell , Mitchell , Yancey 48 Tom Apodaca Republican Hendersonville Buncombe , Henderson , Polk 49 Stephen M. Metcalf
Martin L. Nesbitt, Jr.
Buncombe 50 Robert C. Carpenter Republican Franklin Cherokee , Transylvania
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