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The long walk to victory – Striving to represent ALL of Burlington

There are just 5 days left to Election Day 2015. That’s just 5 more days to reach voters all across our city. It’s been a long path so far, filled with thousands of great supporters, inspiring conversations and a couple worn-out walking shoes. I discovered yesterday, during a particularly rainy morning of canvassing neighborhoods in […]

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Baltutis is Back!

The 2015 election officially kicked off just a few days ago when filing began. Ian Baltutis is back in the running. Citizens from all across Burlington have sent emails, made calls and stopped him in the grocery store to ask him to run this year. He is proud to have your support and is ready […]

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For Immediate Release: Baltutis endorsed as ‘pro-education’ candidate in HD 63 race

For Immediate Release: Contact Kelsey Kemp 919-675-2359   Baltutis receives support from teachers in House 63 race BURLINGTON – The Alamance-Burlington Association of Educators (ABAE) and the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) officially endorsed Ian Baltutis in the race for the state House in District 63. Karen Slade, president of ABAE, said she’s […]

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North Carolina’s Budget Ignores Teachers, Students; Thwarts Progress

Good budgets build year upon year. They focus on the accomplishments, failures, and changes over the past year and the real costs associated with each. Then based on expected growth and revenues, the budget is adjusted. This straight-forward process is how any good business, organization, or church budgets each year. It leads to sound decisions […]

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