Deborah Ross

Born:June 20, 1963 (age 57)
Career:North Carolina General Assembly, 2003-2013
Education:B.A., Brown University
J.D., Univeristy of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Deborah Ross served in the North Carolina General Assembly from 2003 to 2013, representing first the 38th and then the 34th House districts. Ross was the 2016 Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate for North Carolina, but lost to incumbent Sen. Richard Burr.

Ross was born June 20, 1963. She earned a bachelor's degree from Brown University in 1985 and law degree from UNC at Chapel Hill in 1990. She is an attorney, business ethics consultant and senior lecturing fellow. She managed the ACLU of North Carolina for more than seven years.

During her tenure in the North Carolina General Assembly, Ross served as a majority whip and state house deputy minority whip.


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