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Friday, March 23, 2018

Democrat quits state Senate for new gov't job paying $100G more

A North Carolina Democrat resigned from the state Senate this week, on the same day she announced she was joining the state parole board -- at a pay raise of more than $100,000.

The state Senate received Sen. Angela Bryant’s resignation letter Monday, the same day Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper announced he was appointing Bryant to the state Post-Release Supervision & Parole Commission.

State law sets Bryant's board salary at $116,595 annually, about eight times more compared to her legislative salary at nearly $14,000, the Raleigh News & Observer reported.



Anonymous said...

Obviously an EEO employer. Ocean City has done the same thing for years. Government picks who they want to hire then advertise the position to make it look good. Who they picked always wins!

Anonymous said...

private sector always pays more than the government does proof that the best and brightest never even work for the government they go right to private sector jobs,of course the veterans administration should already be proof of that. real doctors never work for the government they make more money working in the private sector. only those who graduated last in their class or graduated from mumbai university work for the government.

Anonymous said...

Tell us more Jimbo