Across the country, we’re seeing increasing politicization by anti-choice politicians of reproductive health.

The Violence Against Women Act has expired, reproductive rights are being attacked, and maternal mortality and morbidity rates are far too high.

As a result, one of the top questions we’re getting at our town halls is…

After holding town halls in every county, we continue to roll out our North Carolina Agenda. Last week we put forward our Hourly Workers Agenda. More to come next week. — Jeff

Every politician in North Carolina says, “Everyone deserves broadband.”

The problem has been that we haven’t seen many plans for actually getting there.

A sound plan for…

“What are you gonna do for the worker? I’ve worked since I was 15. My whole life has been work. It’s never been easy, but it’s never been harder than it is now. Do you believe in making sure we’re treated fairly? Do you even know what the problems are…

I don’t make a habit of talking about Rep. Madison Cawthorn, but this week he showed us a perfect example of what our campaign is trying to obsolete.

He generated dozens of headlines by saying, “[I]f our election systems continue to be rigged and continue to be stolen, then it’s…

Lincoln County

I’m sitting in the passenger seat of my Ford Fusion and we’re headed to our 100th town hall and I just wanted to share a few thoughts with you.

I’m really glad we did this, and that we did it early in the campaign. We’ve learned a lot and we’ve…

It’s been a hard week.

Like many of you all, I watched videos from the Kabul airport and saw pictures of military planes full of people fleeing. Gut wrenching stuff.

I served in Afghanistan from 2005 to 2006.

At that point, Al Qaeda in Afghanistan had been decimated and we…

The evidence is clear: You’re far more likely to regret *not* getting the vaccine than getting it.

If you honestly doubt that, the best way I know to address it is to show you the growing number of stories about people who deeply regret their decision not to be vaccinated.

Note for North Carolina renters:

1) Due to rising COVID rates, the CDC recently extended the national eviction moratorium through October 3rd — but only for counties that are seeing “high” or “substantial” transmission. Currently, that includes the vast majority of counties in our state. You can learn more here.

If you’re a veteran who is reading this and you need someone to talk to, please use this link to get in touch with some good people who will listen and try to help.

A couple of weeks ago, I learned that a friend of mine in the National Guard…

The drinking water for at least 350,000 people along the Cape Fear River is polluted with industrial chemicals that a nearby plant discharged into the river for years.

If you don’t live near the Cape Fear, you might not have heard.

But when we went to New Hanover County to…

Sen. Jeff Jackson

North Carolina State Senator

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