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Monday, March 18, 2013

Julie Emmons Named North Carolina Right to Life PAC Director

North Carolina Right to Life Political Action Committee announced March 18, 2013 that Julie Scott Emmons, a native of Alamance County, will serve as the its new PAC Director.

“North Carolina Right to Life Political Action Committee is confident that Julie Emmons’ skills and her political experiences will greatly benefit her in helping North Carolina Right to Life achieve its goal of electing/reelecting pro-life candidates from the White House to the State House,” stated Barbara Holt, President of North Carolina Right to Life.

As a teenager, Julie became passionate about protecting the unborn and began working on political campaigns.  Over the last 24 years, Julie has worked successfully to help elect pro-life candidate at the national, state, and local level.  She served as the President of Bryan College Students for Life for 3 years and was also a volunteer counselor and abstinence educator at a local crisis pregnancy center. 
In 1995, Julie received a B.A. in History from Bryan College. In 2000, she earned a M.Ed. in Special Education/Learning Disabilities from Elon University.  After 8 years in the classroom, Julie now works as an Adjunct Instructor in Elon’s School of Education. 
 Julie and her family live in Mebane.
"NC Right to Life PAC has a strong track record of identifying and supporting candidates who will vote to protect the sanctity of human lif," stated Ms. Emmons. " I look forward to joining this mission and fighting for justice for all Americans---both born and unborn."

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