North Carolina Treasurer Dale Folwell was on the Outer Banks last week on a trip that included chairing the N.C. Local Government Commission meeting held in Tyrrell County on Thursday, the first by that body to ever take place outside of Raleigh.
Along with explaining what the state Treasurer does and what he has done since taking office in 2017 to better manage the State Pension Fund and watchdog finances on the local government level, Folwell details why he has challenged the “cartel” of the state’s large hospital systems’, and he provides information on how you can recover cash the state may be holding in your name.
In his second term as state Treasurer, the Republican from Winston-Salem previously served four terms in the N.C. House of Representatives. And it was reported last week Folwell is exploring a run for Governor in 2024.
Our conversation took place at the historic Baum House on Kitty Hawk Bay. Click the PLAY button below to listen:
For more information about the Office of State Treasurer, visit NCTreasurer.com. And to find out if you are owed any of the $1.02 billion in the state’s unclaimed property holdings, visit NCCash.com.