Please join Leigh!@Lunch this week as Leigh talks state Legislature with Warren Daniel. Warren Daniel is a Republican member of the North Carolina State Senate, representing District 44. Daniel joined the Senate in 2011 after winning election on November 2, 2010.
After graduating from West Point with a B.S. in National Security and Public Affairs, Daniel was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Army Field Artillery. He later transitioned to reserve status and earned his J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He began practicing in his family's firm in 2000. Daniel and his wife, Lydia, have three daughters.
Later in the show Leigh will also be interviewing Jamie Radtke, candidate in the 2012 Senate race in Virginia. Jamie Radtke is a CC Mom and was a past CC director. In 2009, Jamie was swept up in the spontaneous grassroots movement reshaping the entire political landscape in America: the Tea Party. She became the President of Richmond Tea Party and Chairwoman of the Federation of Virginia Tea Party Patriots. As a result of her hard work in advancing the core principles of constitutionally limited government, fiscal responsibility, free markets, and virtue and accountability, her success has been recognized in a variety of ways. She received the National Sam Adams Alliance Award for the Tea Party; she was one of 20 conservative women highlighted in the recent Citizens United documentary Fire from the Heartland for her work to improve America; she was named by Style Weekly as one of Richmond’s Top 40 Under 40; and she has repeatedly interviewed with local and national media outlets, including FOX News, the Wall Street Journal, and the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
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