August 18, 2016 •
North Carolina House Majority Leader Resigns
State House Majority Leader Mike Hager (R) resigned from the General Assembly to support himself financially and take care of his elderly parents. Hager was the majority leader for two years and a House member for five.
It is likely Hager would have been reelected in November as his only competition was an unaffiliated candidate.
The North Carolina Republican Party House District 112 Executive Committee has not yet named Hager’s replacement.
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