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Constance Lov Johnson
Candidate for US Senator 2022
Constance Lov Johnson is Running for a Historical Win for the US Senate Representing North Carolina! The entire states' citizens votes for the office of US Senator in 2022. Constance Lov Johnson will be on that ballot! The General Election is November 8, 2022. She will be the first Black woman to serve as US Senator in North Carolina's history.
Johnson was a teacher, school counselor, and school administrator. As Publisher of CityPolitical Magazine, Legislative Star, 100 Prayers for Leaders through Barnes & Noble bookstores and the development of Black Legislative American Caucus, Constance Partee Lov Johnson teaches the constituents about the process for changing laws to improve communities. The Governors and elected officials often use her effective solutions and bipartisan bills that successful flow through to become law.
She still holds the record for being the youngest member of the Presbyterian Church to serve as elder at the age of 24 years old. She went on to become Clerk of Session and a National Commissioner to the PCUSA Presbytery. She created church programs and utilized her publication, The Evangelist Newspaper out of Charlotte, NC, to engage the denominations to work together. She created a program that charged pastors across the nation to spend time as clients in homeless shelters to gain empirical experiences to ensure their effectiveness when working with people needing homes. The program was successful in encouraging church facilities to provide beds for overnight stays all across the nation.
Constance Lov Johnson is a member of a family of School Teachers and elected officials as far back as the 1870's in North Carolina. Her father, Joseph Johnson, now retired, taught school for 35 years. Her great-great grandfather, Robert Partee, whose paintings hang in the county offices, invested in and donated land to build towns, homes, churches, schools and colleges in Rowan County, NC. In the 1800's Partee sold 101 acres to Congressman John Henderson, whose father, Archibald Henderson of Salisbury, NC, is her Great Great Great Great Grandfather. Together Robert and John engaged in building the railroad and homes for the railroad workers for travel through Rowan County and Mecklenburg County.
Johnson is completing a Doctorate in Public Administration. She has a Masters Degree in Education, Guidance and Counseling from the University of Maryland; Bachelors Degree in Education, Psychology, Sociology from Livingstone College; and earned the credits to complete a degree and certification in chaplaincy at the Lutheran School of Theology, (60 hours in Theology).
Johnson is a member the NCMBA, NEA, NCAE, the Greater Charlotte Alliance of Black Educators, NAACP; is a UNCF donor, Martin L. King YMCA Banquet contributor, Smithsonian Institute member, and a member of the Tri-County Medical Association of Iredell, Mecklenburg, Rowan, and Yadkin Counties.
Her spouse, Jack, is a physician in Charlotte, NC, her daughter, Candice, is exploring Africa this year, and her grandson, Jai, is an honor student in North Carolina's public school system.
Related Political Statewide/National Work:
Black Legislative American Caucus
Natuonal, United States
Online School, K-12
Superintendent and President
Constance Lav Johnson for NC Superintendent of Public Instruction
SELF-MANAGED THREE CAMPAIGNS and CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTS.
High votes in each election when investments exceeded $5,000 to $50,000.
Constance Lov Johnson's family has been part of this community for many years, over five generations, working tirelessly to make it a better place. It didn't begin with Constance Lov Johnson, but generations before through Robert Partee, John Steele Henderson and the ancestors in politics and education, the Henderson’s, Partee’s, Penry’s, Sumner’s, and Johnson’s, Constance Lov Johnson’s (maternal) Great Great Grandfather, who worked alongside Congressman Henderson; and her (paternal) Great Great Aunt and Uncle of the Johnson Family who were school teachers listed on the 1900 Census.
BOTH OF CONSTANCE LOV JOHNSON'S FAMILIES, THE JOHNSON'S AND PARTEE'S, ARE BOTH FAMILIES OF FARMERS AND LANDOWNERS AS FAR BACK AS THE 1700'S IN NORTH CAROLINA.
Constance Lov Johnson continued the legacy of both families, teaching through schools; publishing periodicals; inspiring and training citizens to run for office; engaging in the political process; and developing creative ways to educate students and leaders.
Education was designed to be inclusive so that all citizens of the state of NC are engaged in the process of walking our students to gainful vocations and businesses. We must connect our students to the important events and activities that matter to their careers and incomes. Constance Lov Johnson is not only a formally trained educator with a Masters from University of Maryland ES, but she is a proven and successful vocational consultant.
Securing schools is a priority for the candidate. Walking with David Hogg and John Rosenthal was a WONDERFUL TIRING EXPERIENCE to send out the message that we need to create legislation to stop the gun violence. Constance walked 30 of the full 50 miles to Smith & Wesson Gun Factory with David and the students of Massachusetts. Constance Lov Johnson is the author of the proposed bill, GLUP21, that restricts the age of purchasing and using a gun to 21.
Pandemic Remedy and Relief: Remove Vaccination appointments to remove easy murders and placebos that sicken. Develop and identify stations outside of Government to educate adults, youth, and children on Covid-19 Information and guidance for vaccines, sickness, food, and financial assistance.
Segregated Integration: Identify the racist and cultural acts that defeat the economic growth of our nation and within our cultures to address the needed changes and services to develop to address those changes.
Businesses are not given information about grant and contracting opportunities through the Secretary of States and other government and corporate departments to give urban and rural businesses revenue.
Governors use the Councils of State to deny individual and racial groups equitable funding and opportunities to individuals and racial groups. Board appointments should not rely solely on Governors but the appointments of assembly and congressional leaders to not encourage abuse of power.
The Environment: Emissions, Air, Water, Soil, Fracking, Wild life protections, National Parks Preservation, and Statues Social Influences in our outside social scenic areas.
Education: Disparities in Academic Scores due to Treatment in the Schools, Equal Access to Online Information, Lack of Confidential Counseling Services, Access to Basic Needs (food, Water, Money , and Clothing, etc.)
Media becoming a Source of Illegitimate Information and Misdirection of facts due to racist efforts and favoritism for money.
Remove all Abuse of Powers in the Government and Electoral Process: Boards elections changing vote numbers and government appointments/election decisions being made without interviews or Communications with candidates...
Youth Social Safe: and monitored online communities for youth . Suicide is at an all time high among youth.
Hacking must be identified as a crime, not a skill and hackers prosecuted to receive high penalties and deemed burglars to preserve our nation’s ethical to preserve the sanctity of business, trademarks, and patents.
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