Former Law Enforcement Officer Christine Villaverde Files for Congress in CD 2

Law and Order Republican to Focus on Safety, Education, and Inflation

Contact: Christine Villaverde  910-985-7545                                                

For Immediate Release

Raleigh- Christine Villaverde filed her paperwork with the State Board of Elections today to run in North Carolina’s Second Congressional District.  She will fight for the district’s hard-working families, businesses, and communities in Washington, DC. 

Based on a platform of conservative principles and values, she is focused on protecting Americans and putting America first. Villaverde explains her decision to run for office, noting that “America’s financial and physical security, from our taxes to our borders, must be strengthened. Deborah Ross and her allies have failed to protect us by coddling criminals, running scared from the Taliban, and implementing socialist policies that opens the door wide for government to intrude into every aspect of our lives, from our health to our paychecks.”

Villaverde served most recently in public service at the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts as the Safety and Continuity of Operations Consultant. Villaverde was raised in a military family and is a former police officer who saw first-hand the need for strong security on our southern border. Lowering taxes, eliminating wasteful government spending, protecting Constitutional liberties, fighting inflation, ensuring law and order in our neighborhoods, and banning Critical Race Theory are also among her priorities. “I’m a conservative,” Villaverde says. “My personal and professional experiences are leading my drive to stop America’s decline by refocusing efforts on creating effective solutions and policies for the problems facing us today.”

“North Carolina needs a fighter in Washington, someone who will boldly stand up to the current failed policies of the Biden Administration.  I will go to Congress to proactively address the needs of North Carolinians, while also working to return global respect and power to America,” Villaverde said. She plans to expand opportunities for North Carolinians by restoring democratic values, limiting government’s harmful policies, and promoting capitalism to boost our economy. “All you have to do is look at prices at the gas pump to know that we must stop the current Democrat leadership because America has paid too high of a price for their misguided solutions.  I will focus on providing greater opportunities for every single North Carolinian to achieve the American dream.”

Villaverde has been endorsed by US Senator Joni Ernst and iVoteAmerica. The Second Congressional District was created by the state court last week and it includes the northern half of Wake County. It is currently represented by Congresswoman Deborah Ross.

Villaverde is married and the mother of three boys, including 5-year-old twins.  She and her family live in Fuquay Varina. She is a graduate of Fayetteville State University and earned her Master’s from Liberty University.  More information about her campaign platform can be found at

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