VOICE YOUR SUPPORT
It would be an honor to serve you and to represent the Triangle's best interests by making better infrastructure, clean water and air, education, and helping people with disabilities our State's priorities.
As a child, I had 24 operations for hydrocephalus (fluid on the brain) before I was ten years old. After 81 days in the hospital, they sent me home to die. The neurosurgeons then performed an operation that had not been done in the South. They saved my brain.
Decades later, the doctor told us this: "Occasionally, someone survived."
A native North Carolinian, I grew up in Greensboro and moved to Raleigh in 1970 to attend NC State University, where I graduated with Honors and received my Master's Degree.
I have worked full time for 31 years as a Professional Engineer and I've never been a day on disability in my life!
With your support, I will seek solutions that bring our State together and move us forward in the coming decades.
I will appreciate your vote on November 6th.
David Robertson (signature)
DAVID - NC HOUSE 49
David Robertson is running to offer the citizens of House District 49 steadfast and solutions- oriented leadership. As an accomplished engineer, David’s life has been defined as a problem- solver, rising to meet all challenges head-on.
In addition to his professional career, David has served his community as a Rotarian and Jaycee. In recognition of his dedication to the community, David was awarded the Order of the Long Leaf Pine in 1980.
Growing up in Greensboro, North Carolina
David moved to the Triangle in 1970 to attend NC State University, where he graduated with honors in Civil Engineering in May of 1974, and he has been here ever since. David is recognized nationally for his work as a registered professional engineer, specializing in transportation. A well-known accomplishment was his supervision of the installation of the first computerized traffic signal system in North Carolina. He holds the distinction of being a Fellow in the American Society of Civil Engineers and a Fellow in the Insitute of Transportation Engineers.
David and his wife Susan have been married for six years, and they enjoy traveling.
In fact, they have traveled to all 50 states, 57 countries and six continents, which affords David a unique perspective when developing solutions and helping address the needs and concerns of the citizens of House District 49.