Paul Tine


It’s common sense: Nothing worthwhile happens without hard work. Paul Tine is ready to roll up his sleeves and dive back into his work as your State Representative.


Paul Tine wasn't content during his first term as Representative in the North Carolina House to watch and learn. When he arrived in Raleigh two years ago, he immediately got to work for the people who elected him to office. For his efforts, Paul Tine received the highest ranking a freshman member from the minority party has seen in 17 years (NC Center for Public Policy Research).


Paul Tine runs a small business in Kitty Hawk that has grown steadily and he is proud to be part of the local business community.  He’s won multiple awards for his work in the community, including the President’s Award, the Champion Award, and the District Service Award. Paul Tine is deeply invested in his community. He has founded multiple non-profit organizations solely dedicated to improving economic conditions in our state and growing our economy. He has chaired and serves on the board of directors and commissions focused on the economy, infrastructure, energy and promoting the arts---such as the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce, the Offshore Exploration Study Commission and the Roanoke Island Historical Association. We deserve a representative like Paul Tine – someone who is committed to
North Carolina. 

On the Issues

Jobs and the Economy
Right now, North Carolina needs to rebuild its economy and bring jobs back to local communities. Paul Tine has created and led several job-creating organizations in his home district, such as the Create the Future Initiative. He has used his background and experience to expand jobs in manufacturing, alternative energy and agriculture.  Paul Tine has helped bring industry back to North Carolina.


Economic growth cannot occur without a skilled and educated workforce. Stand with Paul Tine to invest more in our classrooms and teachers, and to better prepare our students with the skills they need to succeed in a global marketplace.






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