Lee (Lee) Zachary (R-SH073)
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Capitol: 919.715.8361
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District: 336.677.1777
Representative
North Carolina House of Representatives
Room 420 Legislative Office Building 300 North Salisbury Street
Raleigh, NC 27603-5925

District Office:
PO Box 1780
Yadkinville, NC 27055
Elected: 2014    Next Election: 2022
Committee Assignments
ChairmanHouse Committee on Judiciary 3
MemberJoint Commission on Courts
MemberHouse Committee on Ethics
MemberHouse Committee on Alcoholic Beverage Control
MemberHouse Committee on Education - Community Colleges
MemberHouse Committee on Education - Universities
MemberHouse Committee on Redistricting
MemberJoint Legislative Oversight Committee on the North Carolina State Lottery
MemberHouse Committee on Finance
Counties Representing
Forsyth / Yadkin

Bio

Aside from college, law school and a stint in the US Navy on a minesweeper during the Vietnam Conflict, Zachary has been a lifelong resident of Yadkinville. He has practiced law for 38 years and has been active on various boards and foundations. The current President to the 23rd Judicial District Bar, Zachary has also served as past president of the District Bar, President of the Yadkin County Bar, and the NC Bar Association Small Firm and General Practice Council. Zachary has been an active Republican all of his life. The elder son of Walter and Mary Jo Zachary, Zachary was employed as an intern for James Broyhill, as Publicity Coordinator for Vinegar Bend Mizell, and as Chief of Staff for Bill Graham. In addition, Zachary served as the Northwest NC Chair for George H. W. Bush for President and as an appointee of Governor James Martin to the NC Department of Transportation. Locally, Zachary has been elected Mayor of Yadkinville, Town Commissioner and local Precinct Chair. During all of this time, Zachary has been keenly aware of the issues affecting this area. Zachary declared, "As a native, I am well familiar with the people, problems, assets and needs of this District. In particular, I am interested in working to promote job growth in this District, which has missed out on the growth experienced by some of our neighboring counties, and in supporting our educators in their efforts to prepare our children to prosper in this new economy. I feel well prepared to make our concerns known in Raleigh and it would be my privilege to do so."