Lowell Simon files for House District 52, vows to fight for public education and better access to affordable health care.

December 2, 2019 – Today Lowell Simon filed to run for North Carolina House District 52 in the 2020 election.  He is campaigning to make positive changes in The States’ support of education, health care, and environmental protection, as well as creating pathways to better paying jobs and equal rights for all citizens.Mr. Simon is an entrepreneur, having successfully created numerous Moore County businesses that he managed for many years.  When he retired from active business he segued to the Moore County School System as a high school math teacher at Union Pines.  In the middle of his teaching career he combined the two disciplines and became an Entrepreneurship Teacher; founding The UPstart Center, where he taught high school students about business start-up, marketing and accounting. He worked with students and local businesses by putting on county-wide “Shark Tank” events which involved all three public high schools. He continues to help to make connections between businesses and students.
Mr. Simon has released the following statement regarding his 2020 election bid: “I’ve been building a grassroots campaign for almost two years. With support coming from all corners of North Carolina I am looking forward to taking on whoever the Republican Party puts forward and discussing the real issues that face Moore County citizens every day. I’m proud to join Democrats from across the state in filing for office today to work towards a better North Carolina – A North Carolina that places a priority on public education, affordable health care, fair wages and the basic rights of our citizens.”
Lowell Simon believes in North Carolina.  Lowell Simon believes in Moore County.  Lowell Simon believes that there is endless potential in people and as the Representative from District 52, he is ready to make this election about helping Moore County’s people reach that potential.