Melanie Wade Goodwin
|Melanie Wade Goodwin|
|Member of the North Carolina House of Representatives
from the 66th district
|Preceded by||Wayne Goodwin|
|Succeeded by||Ken Goodman|
July 22, 1970 |
|Residence||Rockingham, North Carolina|
|Alma mater||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
Melanie Wade Goodwin is a Democratic former member of the North Carolina General Assembly, and represented the state's 66th House district for three terms. First elected in 2004, she announced that she would not seek a fourth term in 2010. She has served two terms as Chair of the House Election Laws and Campaign Finance Reform Committee and House co-chair of the Joint Legislative Administrative Procedures Oversight Committee.
An attorney, Goodwin has been a Deputy Commissioner at the North Carolina Industrial Commission since July 2011, and serves as a hearing officer for workers' compensation cases throughout the state.
- North Carolina General Assembly - Representative Melanie Wade Goodwin official NC House bio.[dead link]
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