2nd Amendment  

Mark has been a fierce fighter for the 2nd Amendment, as was seen in his Greensboro City Council speech. Since then he has continued to stand for the 2nd Amendment, serving on the Board of Directors for the NRA.


Pro- Life   

Mark grew up as the 9th of 10 siblings. In poverty, and with an abusive alcoholic father, he ended up in foster care. The radical left believes stories like his should not exist because low income families should abort their babies rather than giving them the opportunity to grow up in sub- optimal conditions. As a Christian, Mark will honor the sanctity of life. 



Mark believes that education is one of the most important issues that our state faces today. He believes that education should be just that, education; Indoctrination in our public schools must end. Mark advocates for parents having the decision in how and where their children are educated and supports school choice. As a part of supporting school choice, he believes that we should continue and strengthen opportunity scholarship programs which allows students of lower economic statuses to have the opportunity to go to a school outside of the public school system and to receive financial assistance to do so.



Mark knows what it’s like for NAFTA to gut wages and take jobs, he experienced that himself. He experienced this twice, with the second company moving to Mexico. Mark will fight for workers across North Carolina to make sure they have jobs to support their families.



Mark will always affirm and congratulate those who come here legally. However, he does not support those who illegally come across the border. It is a crime to do so, and should be treated as such. Sanctuary cities within our state are dangerous and disproportionately affect low income areas. Mark will stand up against sanctuary cities.



As a veteran, Mark will fight for those who have given themselves to serve this country. Our veterans deserve to be taken care of, and Mark will not simply talk about getting results, he will do it. He believes that in the same way there was no expense spared to send them off, we should not spare any expense to take care of them when they come home and need help.



Voter ID

In 2018, 55% of North Carolinians voted for an amendment which would require ID to be shown in order to vote. After this amendment passed, activist judges struck it down. It is time to enact Voter ID laws, it is common-sense legislation for the common good.



As someone that has owned a small business, Mark understands less taxes and regulations means business owners can hire more employees and invest more into their communities.

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  • Russell Thomas
    followed this page 2020-01-28 23:00:34 -0500
  • Jo Ann Burke
    commented 2020-01-28 17:54:39 -0500
    Don’t our public schools allow every child to attend? Our education problem is with the school boards and the NEA. Subjects should be reading, writing, and arithmetic, history, and civics. Instead, it’s diversity, women’s issues, etc. Totally useless. Our schools have become propaganda institutions for liberals.
  • Franklin Nichols
    commented 2020-01-28 06:35:16 -0500
    I don’t know if you are a Republican or Democrat…but man you got my vote…I am a Democrat, a d will surely stand by and for this man…come put a sign in my front yard. I will proudly show support….
  • Ian Pratt
    commented 2020-01-24 22:07:11 -0500
    What can I do to help you become Lt. Governor? I am in Wayne County, and would like to do what I can to help. You have my vote, but I want to do more.
  • Kenneth Kelly
    commented 2019-12-30 20:45:05 -0500
    I’ve been listening and reading your positions online. I will proudly be supporting your run for Lt Governor!
  • Vincent Ellis
    commented 2019-10-10 04:16:45 -0400
    Mr Robinson,

    Please always stand up for what you believe in and know that millions of us will always have your back. Through thick and thin. “Come hell or high water”
  • Wes Hines
    commented 2019-10-02 17:53:38 -0400
    Mr. Robinson,

    I wish more patriots ike you were in office. I pray the attacks you will experience do not discourage you. Stand up for what you believe and know why you believe them. We are the majority just sometimes we are too busy making a living to stand up for ourselves.
  • Pj Sitton
    commented 2019-10-02 00:19:18 -0400
    Looking forward to supporting your campaign.
  • Michael Burke
    commented 2019-08-29 12:08:30 -0400
    We have your back for 2020, will see you as the next Lt Governor!
    In 2024, we want YOU running for President.
    All rise for President Robinson!!
  • Patti Kuhl
    commented 2019-07-18 01:15:06 -0400
    Please correct the sentence beginning with “Him and his brothers….” to “He and his brothers…” . Other than that you have my vote!!!
  • Stan Harris
    commented 2019-07-09 20:22:04 -0400
    I have known Mark for over 20 years. He is honest, hardworking and a man of his word. He is a devoted husband and loving father. He has always been very passionate about the issues which he supports. It’s not a political platform but a way of life for Mark, not only publicly but privately as well. I believe he will bring great change when he is elected as the next Lt. Governor of North Carolina. I believe in Mark and his vision for North Carolina and this is why I support Mark and his campaign.
  • Wayne Campbell
    commented 2019-07-06 13:51:05 -0400
    Thank you Mark for your stand on the issues. NC will be better off if your policies are implemented.
  • Brandon Crowder
    commented 2019-07-05 21:17:28 -0400
    What are his thoughts on what’s happening to immigrants on the border trying to get asylum? A completely legal way to immigrate?

    Also what are your thoughts on abortion in cases like rape and incest? Or in cases where it will save the mothers life? They may be fringe cases but places like Alabama do not have concessions that allow for leniency there. Being anti-choice is already a downside to your platform but I would like clarification.
  • Wes Markham
    commented 2019-07-02 15:25:51 -0400
    Any clarification under Education in regards to the idea of school choice/vouchers?