"I have served on the Lenoir County Board of Commissioners since 1982 and am seeking election to the NC House of Representatives District 12 on Nov. 6th. I will continue to be an advocate for education, economic development, Veteran Affairs, health care and senior citizen issues. I would appreciate your vote."
George Graham is the longest serving current member of the Lenoir County Board of Commissioners, serving since 1982. George Graham also serves on the Greene Lamp Board, Global TransPark Development Commission, Liaison to Lenoir Community College, and the Criminal Justice Partnership Program.
George graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education from Fayetteville State University in 1971. His Masters of education in adult and community college education was conferred in 1975 from North Carolina State University, and completed 30 semester hours at NCSU seeking a Ed.D in adult and community college education.
Over his 30 plus years in state government, he has been Adult Basic Education director at Lenoir Community College, administrative assistant to the president and Resource Development officer at LCC, chief executive director at the Dobbs School, executive director for the Eastern North Carolina Poverty Committee, Equal Opportunity officer for the N.C. Department of Human Resources at Caswell Center, and Regional Employee Relations specialist with the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services. George Graham is dedicated to the Counties of Craven, Greene and and Lenoir.