t has been a wild ride as we have seen the first Republican state legislature in 140 years fundamentally change the direction of North Carolina government. Keeping our campaign pledges, our achievements have been many with respect to creating a more job friendly state, protecting our rights and our families. National commentators have labeled us the most effective conservative state legislature in the country.
We overcame a $3.5 billion deficit to balance the budget without raising taxes; we enacted medical malpractice reform, tort reform, and workers compensation reform, all of which aid in job creation and supporting our economy. This business empowerment is already displaying results. From June 2011 through December 2011, North Carolina
Dan and his wife Kim have been married for 20 years and have three children, Isaac, Janie Ann and Lucy. The Soucek's reside in Watauga County.
Owner, Small Business, present
Regional Desk Officer for North Africa, the Middle East and Southern Asia/Asia Regional Director, Operation Christmas Child, Samaritan's Purse, 2004-present
Youth Soccer Coach, Watauga County, 2007
Director, Young Life Area for Watauga, Ashe, and Avery Counties, 1999-2004
Cross-Country/Track Coach, Watauga High School, 2001-2003
Company Commander, International Military Student Office, United States Army, 1991-1999.
Teacher, Alliance Bible Fellowship Sunday School
Senator, North Carolina State Senate, 2010-present
Candidate, North Carolina House of Representatives, District 93, 2008
His achievements include qualification in the AH-1 Cobra and UH-1 Huey helicopters, Airborne and Air Assault qualified, AH-1 Top Gun Award recipient, and Iron Aviator triathlon champion
BA, United States Military Academy, 1991.
During his more than eight years on active duty, he served in a variety of leadership positions culminating as the Company Commander of the International Student Office at Ft. Rucker Alabama.