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Alice Bordsen in James Hunt Institute
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Alice Bordsen at Library Day in 2008.
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Alice Bordsen stops to catch up with the Stouts.
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Alice Bordsen meets a District 63 citizen.

Welcome Message from Alice Bordsen

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Dear Orange Citizens,

Thank you for visiting my online office. It was a true privilege to serve the people of our State in the North Carolina General Assembly. I hope you find this online information helpful in learning more about me and the work I hope to accomplish in the North Carolina Senate.

Sincerely,

Alice Bordsen

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  1. Highlights of the 2012 Budget

    Last week, the House and Senate approved a budget that keeps North Carolina moving backwards. Read more about how the budget affects education, health, transportation and other areas here.

  2. Tough Topics Tackled in Raleigh

    This newsletter covers the veto override process used by Republicans, the eugenics compensation program approved by the House, and ways in which the Democratic party continue to stand up for w…

  3. Republicans Limit College Affordability

    Today, House Republicans voted to override Governor Perdue's veto of a destructive bill that would severely limit college affordability options for North Carolina students. As a result of this…

  4. Honoring Bertha "B" Holt & Voting No to Fracking

    B Holt was a founding member of the Alamance Women’s Political Caucus and the Women’s Resource Center in Alamance County, was a lifetime member of the Democratic Women of Alamance …

  5. Vote No on Amendment One on May 8

    This is Rep. Bordsen's latest newsletter on voting no on Amendment One on May 8. Download it here.

  6. February 14, 2012 Newsletter

    The General Assembly is scheduled to return to Raleigh on Thursday, February 16, 2012, and I plan to attend although we have been told that no floor votes are scheduled. Read more here.

  7. A Letter from Rep. Bordsen to Her Constituents

    January 31, 2012 To My Friends and Constituents: By the end of the 2012 Legislative session, I will have represented Alamance County in the N.C. House of Representatives for a decade.  …

  8. January 10, 2012 Newsletter

    The General Assembly returned to Raleigh last week to consider overriding the governor’s veto of a bill that gutted the state’s Racial Justice Act, a law that helps ensure no one i…

  9. Voting to Cap the Gas Tax

    In the November 29 Newsletter, Representative Bordsen explains her vote on capping the gas tax.  "We see our bridges and roads crumbling ; our will to maintain the state’s infrastr…

  10. 2012 Fundraiser at The Eddy

    Join us at The Eddy (1715 Saxapahaw-Bethlehem Church Rd., Saxapahaw, NC  27340) on Sunday, February 19 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. for a fundraising event for Representative Alice Bordsen. Regis…

  11. Cookie Throwdown

    As a grueling part of the job, Representative Alice Bordsen participated in a cookie tasting to benefit the Women's Resource Center of Alamance County. She had the pleasure of tasting dozens…

  12. You are invited to attend a reception honoring North Carolina State Representative Alice Bordsen

    You are cordially invited to attend a reception honoring North Carolina State Representative Alice Bordsen Hosts:   Shannon & John Cox * Angela Kalo* Patty & Andrew Phillips * J…

  13. Alamance County Family Justice Center Opens Its Doors

    Last week marked the grand opening of the Alamance County Family Justice Center in Burlington. The Center is a centralized building that serves to de-clutter the process for those in Alamance…

  14. June 24 Legislative Newsletter

    Check out my newsletter from June 24, 2010. It covers the local Alamance bills at the General Assembly and the modernization of the ABC system in North Carolina. If you have any questions abou…

  15. Welcome!

    I’m incredibly excited to welcome you all to my new website. Two thousand ten marks an historic election year, not only for where we stand as a state and a nation, but for the way campai…

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