FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Dec. 7, 2021
Benson, NC – DeVan Barbour is a Johnston County native, Christian, Conservative, husband, father of two, local small business owner and a pro-life, pro-gun, pro-wall, two-time delegate for Donald Trump. He filed Tuesday to run for Congress in the new Fourth District.
“Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi are laying waste to our country. We can’t afford it. We shouldn’t tolerate it. And I will fight to stop it. I’m a proud Trump Republican. I love America and I will never back down or apologize for what I believe in. I would be honored to fight for you in Washington.”
As he launched his campaign, Barbour announced support from leading conservatives across the Fourth District, which covers Johnston, Harnett, Sampson, Cumberland, and a small portion of Wayne Counties:
“Here’s everything you need to know about DeVan Barbour: he works harder than anyone I know, he loves Johnston County more than anyone I know, and he hates what Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi are doing to our country. DeVan will be relentless fighting for us in Washington.”
-Chad Stewart, former chair of the Johnston County Commission
“Rural North Carolina needs a workhorse in Washington. DeVan has the energy, the values, and the work ethic to deliver for us.”
-Clark Wooten, former chair of the Sampson County Commission
“To any parent who’s worried about Washington politicians sticking their nose into our schools or indoctrinating our kids, DeVan is your man for Congress.”
-Jason Lemons, Harnett County School Board
About DeVan Barbour:
DeVan Barbour is a father, husband, Christian, Conservative who was raised by two parents who instilled the importance of dedication to family and service to others early in life. From growing up working between the family fertilizer warehouse, hardware, and paint store to building a business of his own, he understands and appreciates hard work, integrity, and service.
A native of Johnston County, DeVan attended South Johnston High School and earned his bachelor’s degree from N.C. State University. From there, he became very active in Conservative causes across the state until his mother was diagnosed with Pancreatic cancer in 2008. At that point, DeVan returned home from Raleigh to be closer to his family and work at the family store in her absence.
Today, DeVan lives outside of Benson on the family farm with his wife Britany, daughter Lainey Kate, and son Van. He’s a former member of the Johnston Community College Board of Trustees, delegate to the 2016 & 2020 Republican National Convention, a member of the Benson Lion’s Club, and when he isn’t hunting or fishing you can find DeVan supporting the Shriners Hospital for Children as a Sudan Dunn Clown and treasurer of the Dunn Shrine Club.
DeVan is a true public servant who is dedicated to serving his community and his country. He wants to ensure that every American, through hard work and perseverance, can achieve the American Dream. DeVan is running for Congress in North Carolina to continue Trump’s America First Agenda and defend our country from the Radical Left.