North Carolina H829 would put strong restrictions on automated license plate readers and help block a national license plate tracking program. The bill must pass through the House Transportation Committee before it can receive a full state House vote.


1. Call the House Transportation Committee Chairs. Strongly, but respectfully urge them to move H829 forward to a vote in his committee. A phone call has 10x the impact of an email.

Frank Iler: 919-301-1450
Phil Shepard: 919-715-9644
John Torbett: 919-733-5868

2. Call the rest of the committee members. Again, be strong, but respectful. Urge each of them to take action to move the bill forward and vote YES on H829.

Becky Carney (D) Vice Chair 919-733-5827
George Cleveland (R) Vice Chair 919-715-6707
Michael Speciale (R) Vice Chair 919-733-5853
Ken Waddell (D) Vice Chair 919-733-5821
Jay Adams (R) 919-733-5988
Kelly Alexander (D) 919-733-5778
Dean Arp (R) 919-715-3007
Hugh Blackwell (R) 919-733-5805
James Boles (R) 919-733-5903
William Brawley (R) 919-733-5800
Cecil Brockman (D) 919-733-5825
Rayne Brown (R) 919-715-0873
Brian Brown (R) 919-733-5757
Dana Bumgardner (R) 919-733-5809
Rick Catlin (R) 919-733-5830
Nelson Dollar (R) 919-715-0795
John Faircloth (R) 919-733-5877
Carl Ford (R) 919-733-5881
John Fraley (R) 919-733-5741
Ken Goodman (D) 919-733-5823
Charles Graham (D) 919-715-0875
Duane Hall (D) 919-733-5755
Jon Hardister (R) 919-733-5191
Yvonne Holley (D) 919-733-5758
Howard Hunter (D) 919-733-5780
Charles Jeter (R) 919-733-5654
Chuck McGrady (R) 919-733-5956
Allen McNeill (R) 919-715-4946
Rodney Moore (D) 919-733-5606
Michelle Presnell (R) 919-733-5732
Joe Sam Queen (D) 919-715-3005
George Robinson (R) 919-733-5931
Bob Steinburg (R) 919-733-0010
Stephen Ross (R) 919-733-5820
Jacqueline Schaffer (R) 919-733-5886
Evelyn Terry (D) 919-733-5777
Paul Tine 919-733-5906
Rena Turner (R) 919-733-5661
Larry Yarborough (R) 919-715-0850
Lee Zachary (R) 919-715-8361

3.   Call Back – any NO or UNDECIDED – in 3-4 days.   Make sure to follow-up. If they say YES, be sure to thank them and, if possible, announce their committed YES vote to email and social media contacts. If they say no, politely ask them why. Get the information from them and contact us.

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