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Sierra Club Endorses Adcock in House Race

September 9, 2014Press Release

RALEIGH, NC – The North Carolina Chapter of the Sierra Club has endorsed Gale Adcock in her bid for North Carolina House. Gale is a candidate in District 41 that includes portions of Apex, Cary, and Morrisville.


"Councilor Adcock did great work on environmental issues for the Town of Cary, and we're confident that her work will continue in the State House if she is elected” said Harry Johnson, Chairman of  NC Sierra Club PAC.


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Adcock Files in District 41 Race

February 25, 2014Press Release

Raleigh, NC--Gale Adcock, a Nurse Practitioner and Cary Town Council member, has filed for election in NC House District 41.

“I have been talking to voters from across District 41 since I announced my candidacy in December,” Adcock said. “I hear from citizens everyday who are worried about the direction of our state and want leaders that will invest in public education, a strong economy and a clean environment.  We can’t take another three years with our main economic engine—public education—stuck in reverse.”

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Adcock announces House run

February 4, 2014News Clip

CARY — Cary Town Councilwoman Gale Adcock, a Democrat and chief health officer at SAS Institute, said Monday she is running for state House District 41, a Wake County seat currently held by Republican Rep. Tom Murry, a pharmacist from Morrisville.

Adcock, 59, has served on the Cary council since 2007 and has been mayor pro tem for the past two years. She said that she called Murry to let him know she was entering the race and that she recently opened a campaign bank account. She and her husband each put $5,000 in, she said.

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