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Fundraiser for Representative Steve Tyson

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May 24, 2022 from 5:30-7
New Bern Golf and Country Club

Join Steve & Speaker of the N.C. House Tim Moore. They will be discussing the state budget, tax policy, education, economic development, transportation, and much more.

Read Below for a list of Special Guests

Joining us will be the following Special Guests:

Judge John Tyson- NC Court of Appeals

Judge Jefferson Griffin-NC Court of Appeals 

Joshua Willey-Chief Superior Court Judge 

Scott Thomas-District Attorney 

Gus Willis-Assistant District Attorney 

Clinton Rowe-Superior Court Judge

Walter Mills-Chief District Court Judge 

Paul Delamar-District court Judge

Deborah Massie-District Court Judge

David McFadyen-District Court Judge

Craven County Sheriff-Chip Hughes 



As most of you know by now I am running for a second term for the North Carolina House, District 3. Right now the maps for all 120 House Districts as well as the 50 Senate Dictricts, have been completed, however, some of the maps could change as the maps have been challenged in court and we do not know when the issue will be resolved. Right now the primary has been pushed back to May, and it is possible that it could go out even further. 

North Carolina is moving in a good direction. We are the 3rd fastest growing state in the nation. There is a reason for that success. Our economy is strong, our taxes are low, we have a strong workforce and, I know I'm a little biased, we are blessed with incredible natural beauty.  

Thank you for your past support, and I hope I can count on you again. 


Monday, February 14, 2022 12:44 PM

Great News for North Carolina

Great news for N.C.!


The state budget office reported that tax collections are $1.6 billion above expectations through January 31.
The revenue surge in state government’s first seven months of the fiscal year is happening in every major tax category.


Corporate and franchise taxes, along with taxes related to alcoholic beverage and real estate transactions, are among those seeing the highest percentage growth.
Why did this happen? Well, unlike the federal government we actually have to have a balanced budget. As such, the General Assembly tries to budget conservatively. Also, business and industry are learning that N.C. is a great place to do business.


As your Representative I am working every day to help keep N.C. moving in the right direction. Thank you for allowing me to serve as your representative.

Sunday, January 16, 2022 5:25 PM


As a business owner for over 40 years I was delighted to be named a "2021 Jobs Champion" by the N.C. Chamber of Commerence. I am committed to help make N.C. the best state to run a business. Please call me if I can ever be off assistance.

Monday, September 28, 2020 11:50 AM

NFIB North Carolina PAC Endorses Steve Tyson for House District 3

Tuesday, December 3, 2019 12:00 AM

2020 Candidate Filing Opens

Locally, Republican candidates Steve Tyson of New Bern and Jim Kohr of Havelock have filed for the District 3 N.C. House seat currently held by Republican Michael Speciale, who has given notice that he will not run for reelection in 2020.

Tyson, the owner of Tyson Group Realtors in New Bern, served on the Craven County Board of Commissioners for 12 years and twice served as chairman.

“I am running because I believe I have the experience and background to bring good representation to the citizens of Craven County,” he said. “What I hope to accomplish is to make sure the people in District 3 have a strong voice in Raleigh that represents this area.”

Friday, March 29, 2019 3:58 PM

Steve Tyson Looks Back on a Life of Service, Real Estate Adventure

Despite the challenges, Tyson said the thought of leaving his hometown for a larger real estate market has never crossed his mind.

“I love my hometown and I really love the people here. We have people from New York or Ohio or Colorado and a lot of them are just so skilled. They were professional people or they were already involved in arts and entertainment, and I just enjoy working with people like that.”

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