G. K. Butterfield

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George Kenneth Butterfield Jr. (born April 27, 1947) is a United States Congressman first elected to Congress in 2004.wikipedia
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Elizabeth City, North Carolina

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His district is located in the northeastern corner of North Carolina, stretching from Durham to Elizabeth City and including all or parts of 24 counties.
Elizabeth City also occupies North Carolina's First Congressional District, served by US Representative G. K. Butterfield.

Durham, North Carolina

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His district is located in the northeastern corner of North Carolina, stretching from Durham to Elizabeth City and including all or parts of 24 counties.
The 1st district is represented by Democrat G.K. Butterfield, elected in 2004.

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An African American and a longtime advocate on behalf of civil rights, Butterfield is a member of the Congressional Black Caucus, and served as its chair from 2015 to 2017. Congressional Black Caucus (first vice chair for the 113th United States Congress; chair for the 114th United States Congress)

United States House Committee on Energy and Commerce

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Bermudian Americans

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His father was an immigrant from Bermuda.
G. K. Butterfield

2002 North Carolina judicial election

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In 2002, Butterfield lost his seat on the Supreme Court but returned to the Superior Court bench by special appointment of Governor Mike Easley and served in that position until his retirement in May 2004 to run for the US House of Representatives.
Incumbent G. K. Butterfield, a Democrat, had been appointed by Gov. Mike Easley and faced election for the first time.

Wilson, North Carolina

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Butterfield was born and raised in Wilson, North Carolina, in a prominent African American family.
George Kenneth Butterfield, Jr. (born April 27, 1947) is the U.S. Representative for North Carolina's 1st congressional district, serving since 2004. He is a member of the Democratic Party. Butterfield was born and grew up in a prominent black family in Wilson; both of his parents had white as well as black ancestors. Butterfield's father immigrated to the United States from Bermuda.

Steering and Policy Committees of the United States House of Representatives

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He is the Region VIII representative on the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee.
Chief Deputy Whips: John Lewis (GA-5), G. K. Butterfield (NC-1), Joaquín Castro (TX-20), Diana DeGette (CO-1), Keith Ellison (MN-5), Jan Schakowsky (IL-9), Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL-23), Terri Sewell (AL-7), Kyrsten Sinema (AZ-9), Peter Welch (VT-AL)

110th United States Congress

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Beginning in 2007 in the 110th Congress, Butterfield was chosen to serve as one of eight Chief Deputy Whips for the House Democratic Caucus.
Chief Deputy Majority Whips: Debbie Wasserman Schultz, G.K. Butterfield, Joseph Crowley, Diana DeGette, Ed Pastor, Jan Schakowsky, John S. Tanner, and Maxine Waters

United States House Energy Subcommittee on Communications and Technology

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North Carolina Central University School of Law

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In 1974, he received a Juris Doctor degree from the NCCU School of Law.
George Kenneth "G. K." Butterfield, Jr. (1974) is the U.S. Representative for North Carolina's 1st congressional district, serving since 2004.

113th United States Congress

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Congressional Black Caucus (first vice chair for the 113th United States Congress; chair for the 114th United States Congress)
Chief Deputy Minority Whips: Terri Sewell, Keith Ellison, Jim Matheson, Ben R. Luján, Jan Schakowsky, Diana DeGette, G. K. Butterfield, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Peter Welch

114th United States Congress

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Congressional Black Caucus (first vice chair for the 113th United States Congress; chair for the 114th United States Congress)
Chief Deputy Minority Whips: G. K. Butterfield, Diana DeGette, Keith Ellison, Jan Schakowsky, Kyrsten Sinema, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Peter Welch

Congressional Motorcycle Safety Caucus

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7) G.K. Butterfield (D-NC)

Party leaders of the United States House of Representatives

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He was appointed to this position by Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Majority Whip Jim Clyburn.
2007–2011: John Lewis (Senior Chief Deputy Whip), G. K. Butterfield, Joe Crowley, Diana DeGette, Ed Pastor, Jan Schakowsky, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, John Tanner, Maxine Waters (Majority)

2010 United States House of Representatives elections in North Carolina

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Butterfield defeated Republican nominee Ashley Woolard.
Democrat G. K. Butterfield, who took office in 2004, was the incumbent.

Edward Thomas Brady

He was elected in November 2002 as a Republican, defeating incumbent G. K. Butterfield.

Frank Ballance

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Butterfield was first elected to the House of Representatives in a special election on July 20, 2004, to fill the seat of Frank Ballance, who resigned.
Ballance's successor, G. K. Butterfield, was elected in a special election on July 20.

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He is also a member of Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship, Incorporated.
G. K. Butterfield United States Congressman representing the First Congressional District of North Carolina

List of African-American United States Representatives

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List of African-American United States Representatives

Jean Farmer-Butterfield

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In 1971, Butterfield married Jean Farmer.
For twenty years, she was married to G.K. Butterfield, now a U.S. Congressman.

Dahntay Jones

2003 1st round draft pick
Their daughter Valeisha is married to NBA player Dahntay Jones.
He is married to Valeisha Butterfield, the daughter of North Carolina Congressman G. K. Butterfield.