Raleigh, N.C. —Today, Congresswoman Deborah Ross (NC-02) released a comprehensive report and video detailing accomplishments from her first term representing Wake County in Congress, including millions of dollars returned to Wake County residents and historic legislation signed into law. Click here to read the report and here to download the video.

“It has been one of the greatest honors of my life serving Wake County during my first term in Congress,” said Congresswoman Ross. “I spent my first two years in office traveling throughout the Second District, listening to my constituents, and taking to heart all of your views, insights , and concerns. I’m incredibly proud of everything that my office and I accomplished for the people of Wake County – from ensuring veterans, small business owners, and more can access resources from the federal government to fighting for commonsense legislation. There is still so much work to do in the year ahead, and I pledge to always put Wake County first.”

The report and video include the following highlights:

  • More than $19 million returned to Wake County residents
  • $10.7 million in federal funding secured for projects across Wake County
  • 10 bills signed into law, including legislation to:
    • Address the shortage of Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners in North Carolina and nationwide
    • Repeal the moratorium on offshore wind leasing off the coasts of North Carolina and other states in the Southeast
    • Enhance judicial ethics and transparency requirements