Mechanical Insulators LMCT Information for North Carolina

Political Activism

North Carolina State Information

The Mechanical Insulators Labor Management Cooperative Trust (LMCT) is looking to aid in information available to elected officials, Insulators Union Locals and members, contractors and the general public in North Carolina.

Some of the information on this page may be outdated with the coronavirus global pandemic. Please contact any member of the Mechanical Insulators LMCT with any questions.

On this page, you will find information related to state specific legislation that deals with mechanical insulation and labor, Political Action Committee (PAC) guidelines and information for the state’s federally elected officials.

North Carolina’s state capitol resides in Raleigh.

In North Carolina there are two chambers. The Senate and the House of Representatives. There are 50 Senators and 120 members in the House. To run for the Senate you must be  25 years of age at the time of the election, a registered voter of the state, lived in the state for two years prior to the election and a resident of the district for at least one year. To run for the House you must be a registered voter of the state and a resident of the district for one year prior to the election. The constitution states that no elected official may be younger than 21 years of age but it is not strictly enforced. Session begins in January of each odd numbered year. All seats are elected every two years.  There is no time limit on the session but it generally lasts six months. That is the long session. In even numbered years there is a short session which lasts about six weeks. The Republicans control both chambers.

For further information on the North Carolina State Legislature or to find your state elected officials follow the link below.

Bill Information

The following bills are active in the current Legislative Session and pertain to the Mechanical Insulation industry.

NC S 513


Clean Energy

Status: Failed - Adjourned - Senate Rules and Operations of the Senate Committee

‍Date of Last Action:* 4/3/2019

‍Author: Nickel (D)

Additional Authors: Foushee (D);Van Duyn (D);Smith (D);DeViere (D);Garrett (D);Mohammed (D);Searcy (D)

‍Topics: Climate Change, Climate Change - Emissions Reduction, Energy Efficiency, Fossil Energy, Renewable Energy

‍Summary: Establishes a state goal of one hundred percent clean energy, promotes the creation of green jobs.This is the same as the NC H 767 bill.

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Federal Elected Officials

House Representatives & Senators

House of Representatives

1st District:

(Since 2004)

G. K. Butterfield (D)

2nd District:

(Since 2017)

George Holding (R)

3rd District:

(Since 2019)

Gregory Murphy (R)

4th District:

(Since 1997)

David Price (D)

5th District:

(Since 2005)

Virginia Foxx (R)

6th District:

(Since 2015)

Mark Walker (R)

7th District:

(Since 2015)

David Rouzer (R)

8th District:

(Since 2013)

Richard Hudson (R)

9th District:

(Since 2013)

Dan Bishop (R)

10th District:

(Since 2005)

Patrick McHenry (R)

11th District:



12th District:

(Since 2014)

Alma Adams (D)

13th District:

(Since 2017)

Ted Budd (R)


Richard Burr (R)

(Since 2005)

Thom Tillis (R)

(Since 2015)

PAC Guidelines

Political Action Committee Campaign Finance Compliance Guidelines for North Carolina. Please contact the LMCT with specific fund and contribution limit questions.

Political Action Committee Campaign Finance Compliance Guidelines for North Carolina

Resident Agent Requirement? Yes

Local Bank Requirement? No. 

What type of funds are allowed? Voluntary. 

Registration and reporting requirements for Federal and Out-of-State PACs:

  • Out-of-state PACs must register with North Carolina and are subject to the
    same registration and reporting requirements as in-state PACs.
  • Federal PACs that contribute to North Carolina candidates must register
    with North Carolina.


Regular PAC

Statewide Official: $5,400

Legislative Official: $5,400

Local Candidate: $5,400

PAC: n/a

Political Party: n/a