From the desk of 
Kevin Corbin

Thank you all for taking the time to read our newsletter. I greatly appreciate your continued support and interest in what we are doing in Raleigh for you. In this newsletter, you can find what our office is doing for you both here in Raleigh and back home in District 50. Please do not hesitate to reach out to my office if we can be of any assistance to you.

-Senator Kevin Corbin


starting December 1, 2023

As of December 1 these are some of the laws that the General Assembly passed that will help keep us safe and protect our children.

Good news

On the first day of filing for office I filed again to represent Senate 50. The district is made up of Cherokee, Clay, Graham, part of Haywood, Jackson, Macon, Swain and Transylvania Counties. I am looking forward to continuing to serve the people of the district.

This picture is from my fundraiser with Rep. Mike Clampitt, Rep. John Hardister who is running for Labor Commissioner, me, Rep. Karl Gillespie and outgoing Labor Commissioner Josh Dobson.

East Franklin Elementary School

Christmas shopping with the children in Sarah Watson's class.

Radio interview on WHLC

Check Presentations

Senator Corbin presented checks to recipients in the District from the State Budget. Obviously there are many more state fundings. This is not all inclusive, there are many more.

Valley River Apartments in the amount of $3,425,000 for affordable housing projects in Cherokee county.

This check was presented to the Cullowhee VFD for the Pumper Truck they needed. This was also their Christmas dinner and my Legislative Assistant Cindy Hobbs and I also attended the event. also had the opportunity to sing with Jeff Tolbert and Primitive Road.

Cowee School

Cowee received $80,000 for staffing and operations.

Town of Franklin

The Town of Franklin received $400,000 for the Fire Sub Station.

The Town of Robbinsville received $1,395,000 for water and sewer upgrades.

The Town of Murphy received $400,000 for water and sewer upgrades.

The Town of Andrews received $787,000 for water and sewer upgrades.

The Town of Highlands received $5 million for the dredging of Mirror Lake and $5 million for water upgrades.

The Town of Hayesville received $250,000 for building and equipment

Macon County received $352,000 for capital improvements.

Clay County DOT received $2 million for an office and shop.

Graham County Historical Society

Graham County Historical Society received $100,000 for capital needs.

Graham County Justice Center

$2 million for the Graham County Justice Center

Beth and I wish everyone a blessed Christmas.

Beth and I with Congressman Charles Taylor at his Christmas Open House.

Care for Carolina Medicaid Kickoff in Tryon

Dr. Susan Mims of Dogwood Trust, Sharon Decker, Executive Director of the Equestrian Center, Peg O'Connell with Care for Carolina and Me.

I was honored to speak at the Care4Carolina Medicaid kickoff.

Message from the office of Senator Kevin Corbin

and Legislative Assistant Cindy Hobbs

Wishing you a merry Christmas and praying for peace on earth.

Hoping you had a happy and peaceful Hanukah

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