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Cutlip Announces Steering Committee, Early Support

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Wednesday, February 8, 2012


Candidacy for District 35 endorsed by multiple local elected officials and businessmen


Wendell, North Carolina – Duane Cutlip, Republican candidate for the newly drawn North Carolina State House District 35, today released his campaign’s official steering committee.

"I want to thank all of the conservative leaders who have joined our cause for returning common sense to the North Carolina General Assembly. I am truly humbled by their support and our campaign welcomes their support and counsel,” said Cutlip.

The steering committee is being led by former Wake County Republican Party chair Claude Pope, and Phil Matthews, who serves as vice chairman of the Wake County Board of Commissioners.

“Duane is the consummate family man, and like many of us, calls North Carolina home. While raising his family, Duane proved himself a very capable Republican leader and successful entrepreneur. Duane is the type of candidate our state needs to restore faith, integrity, and honor in Raleigh,” said Matthews.

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Duane Cutlip, a Wendell family man, has worked with finances in several small businesses across North Carolina. He was the Republican nominee for North Carolina State House district 39 in 2008 and 2010. Duane’s campaign is rooted from his personal experience in that small businesses are the engine of our economy. Visit


The Duane Cutlip Steering Committee

Claude Pope, Jr.
Former Chairman
Wake County Republican Party

Marilyn Avila
Representative, NC House Dist. 40

Russell Killen
Mayor of Knightdale

Frank Eagles
Mayor of Rolesville

Gene Schulze
Mayor Pro Tempore of Apex

Ron & Fannie Stell
Wingtip Farms

Tommy Massey
Wakefield Nursery & Landscaping

Paul Fitts

Paul Terrell, III

Phil Matthews
Wake County Commissioner

Deborah Prickett
Wake Co. School Board Member

Dustin Tripp
Knightdale Town Councilman

Bryan Hicks
Rolesville Town Manager

Christie Adams
Wendell Town Commissioner

Phil Jeffreys
Former Wake County Commissioner

Vinnie DeBenedetto
Former Holly Springs Town Councilman

John Lewis

Larry Schug



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