RSVP to the Wake County Listening Tour

Join me & other Wake state House reps on a Listening Tour this Thurs 7/25—hear about the current legislative session, ask questions, and give feedback!

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Wake Co Listening Tour


Please note: The NC House does not typically convene on Thursday evening. However, if the NC House is called into session to vote on legislation, we will change the date and/or time of the Listening Tour event. Submitting your RSVP will allow us to contact you in the event of any changes.

North Carolina Telephone Town Hall on Medicaid Expansion

You Are Invited to a Tele-Town Hall on February 5

I want to hear your thoughts on health care issues in the legislature. Register and join the Telephone Town Hall Meeting sponsored by The State Innovation Exchange. Share your ideas on Tuesday, February 5th, from 6:00 to 7:00 pm EST.

Once you’ve signed up, just answer your phone at 6:00pm on Tuesday, Feb 5

By joining the call, you will be able to connect directly with your representatives, and learn about how they are fighting for families and the health of residents in North Carolina.

You will be able to ask questions, and give valuable feedback by answering live polling questions during our discussion about about expanding Medicaid, and how this will help to provide affordable healthcare to more North Carolinians.

I will be on the call, joined by Senator Ben Clark (Cumberland County), Representative Carla Cunningham (Mecklenburg County), and Senator Gladys Robinson (Guilford County).

Sign Up for the Telephone Town Hall on North Carolina Medicaid Expansion


Let’s Get Moving!

On October 10, National Walk and Bike to School Day, Cary Mayor Pro-Tem Lori Bush and I enjoyed walking with PTA parent Marianne Weant and her 6 year old daughter to Davis Drive Elementary School.  Read more

Home Is Where the Heart Is

Wake County Habitat for Humanity sponsored an “Elected Officials Build” event on Saturday, October 13 in southeast Raleigh. Read more

Dancing with the Stars

The annual Diwali Festival was held at Cary’s beautiful Koka Booth Amphitheater on October 13. As always the event was filled with exceptionally talented local, state and international artists showcasing Indian dances, music and songs of all genres. And yes, there was delicious food as well. Read more

Election Night 2018

After a long day of working the polls from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. in weather that alternated between raining a little and simply pouring, a tired by still enthusiastic group of volunteers joined me and my husband Kevin at our home for hot food, cool beverages and a few hours of watching election results trickle in.  Read more

Rep. Adcock Appointed to State Health Council

Representative Adcock, appointed to the State Health Coordinating Council by Democratic Governor Roy Cooper, being sworn in by Republican House Speaker Tim Moore. Also pictured Rep. Brian Turner, Adcock’s Buncombe county seat mate holding the Bible for the oath

Rep. Adcock Awarded NC Nurses Association 2017 Legislator of the Year Award

Raleigh, NC – The NC Nurses Association awarded Rep. Adcock a 2017 Legislator of the Year Award in recognition of successful passage of a bill authorizing NPs, PAs and CNMs to sign handicap placards and for her leadership as a primary sponsor of legislation establishing APRN full practice authority. Adcock was NCNA president 1989-91. Read more

Rep. Gale Adcock Named “Champion for Health” by NC Alliance for Health


RALEIGH—The North Carolina Alliance for Health honored State Representative Gale Adcock (District 41) of Cary as a 2017 “Champion for Health” at its Annual Meeting in Raleigh on Monday, December 4.  Read more

Town Hall Meeting May 18

Based on the number of email messages, phone calls and legislative visits I receive, nonpartisan redistricting is the #1 issue on the minds of District 41 residents. On Thursday, May 18 please join me and other Cary, Apex and Morrisville elected officials for a Town Hall Meeting on this hot topic.  Read more