Adams retains chair of Black Caucus
Posted December 10, 2008 2:22 p.m. EST
Raleigh, N.C. — State Rep. Alma Adams, D-Guilford, has been unanimously re-elected as chairwoman of the Legislative Black Caucus, caucus members announced Wednesday.
The caucus promotes legislative policies and actions responsive to the needs of all North Carolinians, particularly African-Americans, people of color and other disparate groups.
Other officers for the upcoming session of the General Assembly are as follows: Sen. Malcolm Graham, D-Mecklenburg, first vice chairman; Rep. Earline Parmon, D-Forsyth, second vice chairwoman; Rep. Annie Mobley, D-Hertford, secretary; Sen. Tony Foriest, D-Alamance, treasurer; Rep. Garland Pierce, D-Scotland, caucus chaplain; and Sen. Floyd McKissick Jr., D-Durham, parliamentarian.