Holly’s plan cuts red tape and passes tort reform that cracks down on trial lawyers and jackpot justice.
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Holly Grange is a wife, mother, military veteran, and member of the North Carolina House of Representatives.
Both of Holly’s grandfathers served in the United States Army. Her dad went to West Point. She continued a family tradition of service, joining only the third class of women cadets to ever graduate from West Point. At Fort Bragg, she led an all-male platoon, and later became an airborne company commander—rising to the rank of Captain.
Today, she is the only female military veteran in the state’s House of Representatives. She serves in leadership as the Deputy Conference Chair. She’s championed small business and carried important tort reform legislation that would crackdown on trial lawyers and jackpot justice. She’s also led the charge to protect veterans and first responders like police and firefighters.
Holly is also the Director of Community Relations at Osprey Global Solutions, a Wilmington company specializing in remote medical, logistics, security, training and business intelligence services. She also currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Coastal Horizons Center, the Board of Directors of the Cape Fear Community College Foundation, and the Advisory Board for the Swain Center for Professional Development at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
David is her husband of 32 years. He served in Special Forces and was a United States Army General. They have two sons, one of whom continued four generations of family tradition serving in the United States Army, also graduating from West Point. They reside in Wilmington.
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Holly’s led the charge to require North Carolina sheriffs to cooperate with ICE. She’s a military veteran who understands the border is a national security issue.
Veteran Care & First Responders
Holly is part of 4 straight generations of military veterans in her family and she will always protect veterans and first responders like police and firefighters.
Holly is a mother of two and is pro-life. She’s fought Roy Cooper to eliminate infanticide in North Carolina