Rep. Hudson visits Randolph Emergency Services in Asheboro

U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson (NC-09) made a stop in Asheboro last Thursday with Congress out of session.

In a visit to Randolph County’s Emergency Services department, Hudson was able to thank first responders for their work and tour the building. He visited the 911 call center and spoke with county leaders.

U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson and Moore County officials cut the ribbon on Hudson’s
new office in Southern Pines. (Courtesy photo)

A day earlier, Hudson opened his new flagship district office in Southern Pines. 

“As your Congressman, I am committed to delivering results for families throughout our region and providing top-notch customer service from our offices in both Washington, D.C. and North Carolina,” said Hudson at a ribbon-cutting ceremony. “I look forward to helping more constituents navigate federal government agencies like the VA (Veteran’s Affairs) and being accessible to hear your needs, thoughts, and concerns on key issues facing our community and nation.”

In addition to the new office, U.S. Rep. Hudson also has office locations in Washington, D.C. and Fayetteville.

By Randolph Record