A recent university graduate, Jordon M. Greene is a self-employed web designer, sales associate at the Wal-Mart in Lenoir and a volunteer election law advocate. Jordon received his B.A. in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2011.
Seeing the need for an organization to educate North Carolinians about North Carolina’s ballot access ills and to push for much needed legislative reforms, Jordon organized Free the Vote North Carolina in 2008, a free-market based election law reform organization, which he currently serves as President. Jordon’s organization is responsible for the formation of a sixteen-member coalition from across the political spectrum in support of common sense election law legislation to expand voter choice.
As a member of the younger generation and a recent university graduate, Jordon understands how foreboding the job market is and sees the need for reform to allow job growth. Jordon’s primary place of employment is at the Wal-Mart in Lenoir where he works as a sales associate. He knows what it means to get by and to wonder where the funds for the months ahead will come and has learned to simply trust in God for his guidance and provision.
Jordon, a constitutional conservative, is a strong proponent of individual liberty and restoring government to its limited constitutional proportions. As a young adult, Jordon understands the importance of getting back to constitutional government to ensure that his generation and those to follow can inherit a more free and prosperous North Carolina, not the burdens of the previous generation. What Jordon lacks in years of experience he makes up for in conviction and adherence to the principles of individual liberty, free speech and representative government.
Jordon is a member of Temple Baptist Church in Lenoir, where he helps with the sound equipment and regularly attends his church’s scripture publishing ministry. Jordon is a supporter of conservative organizations that emphasis individual liberty and limited government such as the Campaign for Liberty, the John Locke Foundation and Americans for Prosperity.
ASSOCIATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS
» Free the Vote North Carolina, President of the Board & Founder
» Constitution Party of North Carolina, Founding Member
» North Carolina Political Science Association, Member
» Gun Owners of America, Member
» Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, Member
» North Carolina Student Legislature, Alumni (74th Legislative Year, UNC Charlotte Delegation)
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