The Reform Party of North Carolina has endorsed Michelle Lewis for United States Senate in her bid to replace retiring Senator Richard Burr. A graduate of Manteo High School, Michelle Lewis studied at Elizabeth City University in North Carolina for her undergraduate, obtained a master’s degree from Yale University and a doctorate from Emory University in Atlanta.
Professionally she is a former member of the National Park Ranger Service and worked as a member of law enforcement. After studying at Emory University, Michelle Lewis went with a delegation to Saudi Arabia to discuss Christian-Muslim interactions and spent time as an advisor to Micronesia focusing on enviromental issues.
She is ordained by the United Methodist Church and has deep roots in the religious community. This is her first bid for office. Her twin brother is an US Army veteran that received the bronze star in Iraq.
Though her experience focuses on foreign relations, environmental and law enforcement reform, Michelle has a comprehensive platform relating to today’s issues.
The Reform Party of North Carolina is an affiliate of the Reform Party of the United States, which was formed as a centrist party in 1996 by followers of Ross Perot. For more information on the Reform Party visit www.reformparty.org. For more information on Michelle Lewis visit https://www.michellelewisforsenate.com.