NC House Representative: District 84
My name is Jeff McNeely, and I’m a lifelong resident of Iredell County. After graduating West Iredell High School, I went to North Carolina State University and received a B.S. in Agricultural Economics. Upon graduating college, I returned to Iredell county to manage my family’s business, G & M Milling Co. I have always been involved with my community, either through my church or civic organizations. I’m an Elder at New Sterling ARP Church and an officer in Fourth Creek Rotary.
I started my path in politics by being appointed to the Iredell County Planning Board. After serving on it for 4 years, I decided to run for County Commissioner. Unfortunately, I missed winning the election that year by a close vote. After serving on the planning board for another 12 years, three as Chairman, I ran again for County Commissioner again in 2016 and won a four year term. In 2019, I was appointed to the North Carolina House of Representatives to replace Rena Turner. In 2020, I was elected by the public to represent the 84th district. It has been an honor to serve you and this great state.
Why did you want to become a NC House Representative?
I feel like I have the duty to serve my fellow man and the abilities to do the job in the way that it needs to be done. I have always had an interest in history and politics and was blessed with the opportunity to be apart and hopefully make a difference in my community.