Bryan R. Holloway
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|Bryan R. Holloway|
|Member of the North Carolina House of Representatives|
from the 91st district
Jan. 2005 – Oct. 2015
|Preceded by||Rex Baker|
|Born||October 16, 1977|
|Residence||King, North Carolina|
|Alma mater||Appalachian State University|
Bryan R. Holloway is an American former politician. He served five and a half two-year terms as a representative from the 91st District (Stokes and Rockingham Counties) in the North Carolina General Assembly. Holloway resigned from his seat in 2015 to become a lobbyist. He currently operates from his own firm, Holloway Group Inc.
During his tenure, Rep. Holloway served as the co-chairman of the powerful Appropriations Committee and as chairman of the legislature's Education Oversight Committee. In his first term, Holloway served as the Republican Freshman Leader. In 2014, he made an unsuccessful run for Speaker of the House.
Prior to his election in 2004, Holloway was a social studies teacher at West Stokes High School. Holloway defeated incumbent Rex Baker in the 2004 Republican Primary and Robert Mitchell, a fellow West Stokes High School teacher, in the 2004 General Election. Holloway easily won re-election against Democrat Ed Gambill in 2006, 2008, and 2010. In 2012, he defeated former NC House Representative Nelson Cole. He was re-elected without opposition in 2014.