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Recommendations for N.C. Legislature

The Charlotte Observer
Our View
October 30, 2014

Jeter is an independent thinker with a sophisticated grasp of complex issues...Jeter is the kind of thoughtful Republican leader we'd like to see in Raleigh...


Rep. Charles Jeter receives SPPACE endorsement


In House District 92, Bradford again takes on Jeter

The Charlotte Observer
By Joe Marusak
October 15, 2014

State Rep. Charles Jeter is in a rematch with former Mecklenburg County Democratic Chair Robin Bradford for N.C. House District 92, which follows the Catawba River from Huntersville to Lake Wylie.


Rep. Charles Jeter receives A rating from North Carolina Voters for Animal Welfare


Rep. Charles Jeter receives endorsement from Fraternal Order of Police


Rep. Charles Jeter receives endorsement from NC Chamber


Group recognizes three in Charlotte for leadership on sustainable energy

Charlotte Business Journal
By John Downey
October 2, 2014

First-term state house rep. Charles Jeter (R-Mecklenburg) was named a Clean Energy Emerging Leader by the association. The group cites his strong positions on clean-energy issues, such as his opposition to efforts last year to repeal the state's Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard.


Rep. Charles Jeter receives endorsement from Sierra Club


Rep. Charles Jeter receives endorsement from NRA


Jeter in rare company

The Charlotte Observer
By Jim Morrill
September 20, 2014

The NC League of Conservation Voters has endorsed dozens of legislative candidates this year, but only two Republicans.


Rep. Jeter pledges to reestablish lake commission

Mountain Island Monitor
By Carrie Causey
August 29, 2014

Consequences of the lake's marine commission being dismantled earlier this summer have raised concerns for residents.


Jeter: Coal ash, teacher pay laws only the start

Mountain Island Monitor
By Carrie Causey
August 29, 2014

N.C. Rep. Charles Jeter said he is cognizant that the coal ash and teacher pay bills passed during the state's legislative short session won't solve all of North Carolina's problems, but are just the beginning of their efforts.


Jeter Addresses I-77 HOT Lanes

The Herald Weekly
By Sarah Obeid
June 26, 2014

Residents say the N.C. Department of Transportation lacks transparency when it comes to the potential Interstate 77 toll lanes costs, access and traffic flow. N.C. Rep. Charles Jeter led a town hall meeting June 23 at Huntersville Town Hall to allow citizens to voice their concerns about the recurrent I-77 toll lanes issue.


Efforts to salvage Mountain Island Marine Commission fail, but NC lawmaker still sees hope

The Charlotte Observer
By Joe DePriest
June 20, 2014

Last-ditch efforts to save the Mountain Island Marine Commission have failed, and the public advocate for the region's largest water supply will dissolve as of June 30. But state Rep. Charles Jeter of Mecklenburg County believes a rebirth of the organization is possible.


Teachers do tough job, need help

The Charlotte Observer
Our View
May 9, 2014

State Rep. Charles Jeter offers an example to other lawmakers - and maybe even a judge. The Republican legislator from Mecklenburg County stood in a teacher's shoes for a day on Thursday, and found the experience humbling.


Legislator gets lesson in the classroom

The Charlotte Observer
By Joe Marusak
May 8, 2014

State Rep. Charles Jeter thought he knew how difficult it was to be a teacher - until Thursday. Jeter spent all morning and afternoon volunteering in a fourth-grade classroom at Stoney Creek Elementary School, in northeast Mecklenburg County near Mallard Creek High School.


Rep. Jeter seeks reelection in 92nd District

DavisonNews.net
By David Boraks
January 21, 2014

State Rep. Charles Jeter (R-Huntersville), elected to the state House of Representatives in 2012 in the newly created 92nd District, said Tuesday he wants another term. In an announcement he said his second-term priorities would be education, transportation and job creation.