James Dawkins talks Running for NC17 (Backwards in High Heels Podcast)

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James Dawkins. Photo from candidate Twitter feed.

Today we are speaking with James Dawkins. – a 34-year-old, single, in a relationship, it’s complicated, hilariously funny lifestyler, who has lived in Brunswick County for over 20 years. Before setting his roots down in North Carolina, James traveled a lot in his earlier years, due to his father’s demanding profession in the cable TV industry.  He lived in TX, MS, AL, GA, and finally, North Carolina – where James lays his head and feels most at home.

No stranger to struggle, James has seen some of the most impoverished and underprivileged communities in the country, one of which – Meridian, MS – he called home for a time.  Now running for NC17 House District, it thrills us to have James on the show as a follow up to his written interview with L. Renee’ last month, and we wanted to give James an opportunity to answer those questions in more detail, and maybe expand on some topics that might have been hindered by a written piece.

L. Renee’, of course, goes “off script” in response to James’ answer before the break and the second half is sure to make you ask…who’s cutting the onions in here?

Support James at dawkins4nc.com and be sure to follow him on Twitter @dawkins2020

  • Watch James levitate: 
  • Check out his Reddit Marathon, answering constituent questions.
  • And of course, be sure to check out the written interview L. Renee’ did with James on behalf of DemCast USA.  

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