Glen Bradley

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Representative
Glen Bradley
Glen Bradley NCGA 2012.jpg
Member of the North Carolina House of Representatives
from the 49th district
In office
January 2011 – January 2013
Preceded by Lucy T. Allen
Succeeded by Jim Fulghum
Personal details
Born 09/11/1973
Political party Republican
Residence Youngsville, North Carolina
Alma mater Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
Occupation Self-Employed/Computer Network
Website glenbradley.net

Glen Bradley (born September 11, 1973) is a former member of the North Carolina House of Representatives. A Republican, he represented the 49th District of North Carolina for one term. Bradley previously served as a US Marine Corps Corporal/Intelligence Analyst from 1993-1997.

Biography[edit]

Bradley defeated Democrat John May in the general election held on November 2, 2010 with 51% of the vote.[1] Bradley's election signaled a wide swing in the district, which had voted for former Democratic representative Lucy T. Allen 58%-41% over Keith Shearon in 2008.[2]

In the House, Bradley filed bills to study whether or not the state should authorize an alternative currency, and to require the state to accept gold and silver as legal tender.[3][4]

Bradley ran for the North Carolina Senate in 2012 but lost the Republican primary on May 8, 2012. He finished in last place out of three candidates, getting about 14% of the vote, behind winner Chad Barefoot (46%) and second-place finisher Michael Schriver (40%).[5]

In 2013, Bradley ran for Vice-Chair of the North Carolina Republican Party at the state convention (June 7–9, 2013).[6][7] He lost to Joyce Krawiec, placing second in a four-person field.[8]

Election History[edit]

North Carolina House of Representatives District 49, November 2, 2010[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Glen Bradley 11,276 51.68% +10.27%
Democratic John May 10,544 48.32% -10.27%
Majority 732 3.36%
Total votes 21,820 100%
North Carolina State Senate GOP Primary District 18, May 8, 2012[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Chad Barefoot 9,112 45.92% N/A
Republican Michael Schriver 7,999 40.31% N/A
Republican Glen Bradley 2,733 13.77% -37.91%
Majority 1,113 5.61%
Total votes 19,844 100%

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