507 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
George Holding grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina. He attended the Groton School, Wake Forest University, and University of St. Andrew’s and has degrees in Classics and Law. Holding clerked for U.S. District Judge Terrence Boyle, practiced law with Kilpatrick Townsend and served as the United States Attorney for North Carolina.
As United States Attorney, his priorities included prosecution of violent felons, drug offenses, child pornography, and political corruption. Holding prosecuted a U.S. Congressman, the Speaker of the North Carolina House, a judge, a state senator, a state representative, and several sheriffs for political corruption and a major terrorism case. When Holding left office the average sentence in drug trafficking cases in eastern North Carolina was well above the national average.
On January 3, 2013, Holding was sworn in as the Representative for North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District. He serves on the Foreign Affairs Committee and the Judiciary Committee.
George and his wife Lucy have four children – three daughters aged 13, 12, and 11 and one son aged 3.
Real reform is possible at the VA, but we don’t need more bureaucracy and more government. http://t.co/XZj9ySfbD7
I’m committed to policies that will help create a safer world, without terrorism, for Americans here and abroad. http://t.co/PgY8idqAmN
Tune in to CSPAN in 5 mins. I’m paying tribute to State Rep. Dr. Jim Fulghum, a great American who recently lost his battle with cancer.
Going on the House floor today at noon to pay tribute to a great American, friend and mentor, Dr. Jim Fulghum.
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