PO Box 621871 Charlotte, NC 28262 +919-621-3753 info@mark4nc.com


Mark H. Robinson
Democrat for
Lieutenant. Governor

I am Mark H.Robinson, a Democrat for Lieutenant Governor for the state of North Carolina. I want you to get to know me as a person, not as a politician and not as a party. I feel this is where I am supposed to be.


Advocating the economic, educational, environmental, social needs of the state


Met you where you live to learn your concerns (Gas Station Politics) with 1,700+ people


Getting behind things that will benefit the state 20 to 50 years from now


Learn some of the things that make Mark Unique. CLICK TO LEARN MORE.



Mark Robinson is running for governor. A different Mark Robinson wants his job

Sampson County Democrat Mark H. Robinson officially entered North Carolina politics Friday, filing official paperwork for his campaign to fill the seat of Republican Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson.


Mark Robinson (no, not that one) preps long-shot campaign on a bus named Bessie Murphy

A Sampson County native who shares his name with one of North Carolina’s most controversial politicians also has his sights set on 2024.


2024 Candidate Conversations:
NC Democrat for Lt. Governor, Mark H. Robinson

A candid conversation with  Sampson County native, Mark H. Robinson, 2024 Democrat candidate for the great state of North Carolina.

The Office of Lieutenant Governor is one of “Influence.”

This office is One of influence, One of relationships, & One where you can promote issues. I have experience in all of these areas in the Navy, a Fortune 500 company, and church. I want the people of North Carolina to get behind things that will benefit the state 20 to 50 years from now. I don’t know the future, but I do know if we provide a meaningful foundation, we can adjust to future requirements.

I have visited all 100 counties and spoke with over 1700 people. Asking “What can the state do better?” I want to look over the horizon with Servant Leader in my heart and put your needs before mine.

Knowing Me

The best way to know me as a person is to know me as a father. I tried to instill in my children three core values: 1) develop a personal relationship with GOD, 2) be the best citizen you can, and 3) do your best at whatever you attempt. To make it personal, from home, I tried to create “A Better North Carolina”




• I want to help as many people as I can before I leave this earth.
• People gave me hope
• People sacrificed for me
• People gave me opportunities
• People wanted me to do good things


I am 62 years old. I grew up on a farm and would have been a farmer if I had money in my pocket. I grew up lower Sampson County in Harrells and Ivanhoe, number 8 of 10 children. By some accounts, our family was poor but I didn’t feel poor. I had all of what I needed… Love and Encouragement.


State and county services, if used, were a safety net. I was reared by a village that included grandparents, aunts, uncles, the school system, and anyone else that could reach my parents. I learned the value of caring is more important than being nice. Nice is helping someone at the moment. Caring is being concerned about their tomorrow.

The importance of work ethic cannot be overstated as it serves as the foundation for personal and professional success. Work ethic encompasses qualities such as dedication, diligence, responsibility, and a commitment to excellence in one’s endeavors. It is a driving force behind achieving goals and overcoming challenges, fostering resilience and perseverance in the face of adversity.

A strong work ethic not only enhances individual performance but also contributes to team success and organizational effectiveness. It builds trust, reliability, and a positive reputation, opening doors to opportunities for career advancement. Ultimately, a robust work ethic is a key factor in realizing aspirations and making a meaningful impact in both personal and professional spheres.


I am a product of public education. I began at Garland Head Start, Bland Elementary, Clear Run Junior High, Union High School, UNC Chapel Hill and Duke University. Being the product of one’s education means embodying the cumulative impact of academic and experiential learning throughout one’s life. Education shapes individuals by providing them with knowledge, skills, and perspectives that influence their thoughts, actions, and values. It encompasses formal classroom learning, extracurricular activities, and real-world experiences.

The product of education reflects not only academic achievements but also personal growth, critical thinking abilities, and the capacity to navigate the complexities of life. It encompasses the development of social, emotional, and intellectual dimensions, molding individuals into well-rounded contributors to society. As the product of education, individuals carry with them the transformative power of learning, shaping their identity and influencing their interactions with the world.


Believe me when I say that farm children work. At six years old I was driving a Farmall tractor in the tobacco field and at 16, I drove a school bus. I financed college through work study, grants, and loans and after college, I became a Naval Officer for 30 years  and did 2 tours in Iraq on the staff General Petraeus and General Austin – the current secretary of defense. I worked 15 years at the company that makes the Blackhawk Helicopter. I became an entrepreneur. In a leadership role, I focused on People development, Process improvement and Objective Achievements.

I want the people of North Carolina to get behind things that will benefit the state 20 to 50 years from now. I don’t know the future, but I do know if we provide a meaningful foundation, we can adjust to future requirements.