Former NC House Speaker Pro Tempore Skip Stam Endorses Chad Slotta for Congress

Former NC House Speaker Pro Tempore Skip Stam Endorses Chad Slotta for Congress

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April 28, 2022

Stam: “Chad Slotta is a principled conservative with the intellect and mettle we need in Congress”

N.C. Values Coalition and former Apex Mayor Lance Olive also endorsed Slotta in recent weeks, with more to come
Holly Springs, N.C. – Former North Carolina House Majority Leader and Speaker Pro Tempore Paul “Skip” Stam today endorsed Chad Slotta in the race for North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District. The announcement comes after endorsements for Slotta from the NC Values Coalition, one of North Carolina’s largest faith-based grassroots organizations, and former Apex Mayor Lance Olive.

Slotta, a pastor of 20 years and father of three teenagers in Wake County Public Schools, said, “For too many in Congress, politics is their religion and government is their savior. I’m running to realign America with the Judeo-Christian values and Constitutional conservative principles that made us great. I’m grateful for the support from former Speaker Pro Tem Stam, who continues to be a force in North Carolina politics and policy creation.”

Former Speaker Pro Tem Stam said, “Chad Slotta is a principled conservative with the intellect and mettle we need in Congress. He’s the right person at the right time for this job, and he has my full support.”

Stam served in the N.C. House of Representatives from 2003 to 2017. He was House Majority Leader from 2011 to 2012 and Speaker Pro Tempore from 2013 to 2016.

About Chad Slotta

Chad served as a Christian pastor for 20 years, including seven at a church in Cary, North Carolina. Following the passing of his father, Chad took over his family’s small business. He has remained active in the faith community through Slotta Global Mission.

Chad and his wife Leah have three children in Wake County Public Schools. Chad has been active in pushing to reclaim the primary role of parents, not bureaucrats, in public education.
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