Public service, not politics.

A patriot for our community.

As a service member, I’ve always known it’s my responsibility to speak up for those who are so often voiceless, and as a patriot, I’ve always known it’s my duty to stand up and fight for my community.

After serving in both the Marine Corps and Army National Guard, where I earned the Combat Infantryman’s Badge and Army Commendation Medals in Iraq, I came home to Gibsonville, where my family and I manage a small farm from which we produce local, healthy food for our community.


As your representative in Raleigh, I will speak out against intolerance, support public policies based on the merits and facts rather than the party line, and back robust funding for our public K-12 and community college system among other priorities.


I’m Eddie Aday, and I’m running for NC House District 59.

Eddie Aday - a bearded, caucasian man with glasses, slightly older and balding, stands looking confidently in a Carolina blue polo shirt with his arms crossed in front of a red tractor.

Smart policies, not the party line.

Preparing our children for the future.

Creating more resilient communities.

Smart stewardship for our natural environment.

Speaking out and giving voice to the voiceless.

Supporting our neighbors so they can succeed.

Ensuring robust support for our veterans.

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