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Representative Scott Stone currently represents southern Mecklenburg County in the North
Carolina House of Representatives – District 105. Our District drives North Carolina’s economy and is one of the fastest growing areas in the state. Scott has been proud that he has been able to be an effective leader for south Charlotte, by putting people first and politics last.
The newly drawn district, which is all within the city limits of Charlotte, stretches from the Union County border in the south, Providence Road in the east, Ballantyne in the west, and up through Carmel Country Club to just south of Southpark. We are the home to:
- Over 7M sf of office space in one of the Southeastern United States’ most high profile business centers, anchored by Ballantyne Corporate Park
- Numerous Fortune 1000 corporate and regional headquarters
- Some of the fastest growing neighborhoods and retail centers in the region
As one of the fastest growing areas in the state, we are tremendously impacted by North Carolina tax policy, transportation planning, and education investment. As a driver of the city and state’s economy, the south Charlotte area’s growth cannot be ignored. As we continue to see increases in congestion on our roads and crowding in our classrooms, Scott will fight to ensure that a reasonable share of the state’s investment is spent in its fastest growing location.
Top ranked high schools Ardrey Kell, Charlotte Latin School, and Charlotte Catholic sit within the boundary of the new NC District 105. In addition, some of our neighborhoods are assigned to Providence, South Meck, or Myers Park. Scott will fight for state education policy which helps ensure that our local school boards focus student assignment plans on geography over
politically driven issues, such as diversity. Scott will fight to keep CMS’ best schools as exceptional neighborhood schools. He will also fight to ensure that all parents, across Charlotte and North Carolina, have a choice in education for their children. Every student is different, and whether the choice is public, private, charter, or home school, parents know what is best for their children. Scott will always put the student first as he helps lead North Carolina educational policy.