Gloria Harrington Overcash is a long- time resident of Anson and Union counties. She’s your hometown girl who was educated in the public schools of Anson County and is a graduate of Wingate College. Gloria and her husband Dan have lived in Peachland for over 30 years. She has deep roots in both counties and has long been dedicated to serving them. To learn more about Gloria Harrington Overcash and her goals and beliefs, explore the site, and if you have any questions please get in touch.
Winter Wheat in Union County
Gloria Harrington Overcash was raised on a family farm. Her father proudly worked for the railroad (44 years) and her mother was a teacher. Gloria has spent decades helping people in Anson and Union Counties. As a retired judicial employee, her 30-year career found her working as a victim/witness advocate and later as a trial court coordinator at the superior court level. During her career, she was lauded by judges, attorneys, court personnel and private citizens statewide for being fair, hard-working, innovative and efficient. After decades of working in law and government, she will be able to hit the ground working for you. Gloria Harrington Overcash has a history of excellence and holds the public interest very close to heart.
Anson County's Brown Creek became the first soil conservation district in America on August 4, 1937
On The Issues
Gloria's priorities are jobs for the 55th district and ensuring a job-ready workforce, as well as keeping small business strong and thriving. Crumbling infrastructure is a major concern as is controlled growth around the Monroe bypass. As the wife of a volunteer fireman, Gloria will work to ensure that volunteer fire departments have a stronger voice in setting standards and training hours as mandated by the State of North Carolina. The retention of veteran teachers and the recruitment of the next generation of great educators is also a priority. Gloria supports family farms over factory farms and is an advocate for the 2nd Amendment. Finally, after serving for decades in the North Carolina court system, Gloria will work tirelessly to restore non-partisan judicial elections.