What people are saying about Grier
Martin’s “work with constituents and their needs is known to be tireless. He has truly earned their support.”— The Raleigh News & Observer, 10/19/10
Former 4-term legislator Grier Martin will seek the House District 34 seat being vacated by Rep. Deborah Ross. Ross will resign to take a position as General Counsel with the Triangle Transit Authority. “It was my privilege to represent the people of District 34 for 8 years. After being double bunked with my friend Rep. [...]
Bringing Jobs to NC
As our state struggles to recover form the national recession, we must do everything we can to keep North Carolinians working. Grier worked to encourage small businesses to keep and add jobs over the next two years. He also supported loans that will help small businesses make it through these tough times.
Leading by Example
As an Afghanistan veteran, Martin leads the way to improve life for veterans and their families. He started the bipartisan Military Veterans Caucus, and fights to help veterans get access to health care, especially for traumatic brain injuries (TBI), help veterans avoid foreclosure, and provide more educational opportunities. For his work the Disabled American Veterans named him their “Legislator of the Year.”
Families in Raleigh are tightening their budgets, and so must the state. But, the devastating cuts this year went too far. Even in tough times investing in education must remain a top priority. It is the key to jobs, economic recovery, and our future.