State Rep. J. H. Langdon Jr. will not seek re-election

JHLangdonRALEIGH – North Carolina state House Rep. J. H. Langdon Jr. announced Thursday that he will not seek re-election in 2016. Langdon said he will complete his current term, which runs through the end of 2016. 

“I have enjoyed serving in the N.C. House and appreciate the many friends I have on both sides of the aisle,” Langdon said in a statement released by his House office. “I intend to remain active in my community and church at the end of my term and I also plan to continue in my hobby of woodworking and especially my pen making.”

Langdon said he was grateful to the people of Johnston County for giving him the opportunity to serve them since 1996. Langdon served as a county commissioner from 1996-2004 and has served in the state House since 2005.

Landgdon is a retired educator, farmer, and professional photographer from Angier.