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Ross Outraises Burr During 2nd Qtr in Senate Race PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 12 July 2016 12:15
Democrat U.S. Senate candidate Deborah Ross out-raised incumbent Republican Richard Burr during the second quarter, though Burr continues to enjoy a financial advantage.
 
Ross raised $2.1 million in the quarter, reported the Charlotte Observer while Burr raised about $1.6 million. It was the second quarter in a row in which  Ross out-raised Burr.
 
For the campaign, Ross, has raised about $4 million compared to the $8.8 million raised by Burr, the Republican incumbent. 
 
Cooper Beating McCrory In Money Race PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 12 July 2016 12:11
Democrat Attorney General Roy Cooper has continued to out-fund raise Republican Gov. Pat McCrory
 
During the second quarter, Cooper raised $5.1 million in the second quarter compared to the $3.2 million raised by Governor McCrory
 
Cooper enters the final months of the campaign with $9.4 million available, to McCrory’s $6.3 million.
 
The candidates aren’t the only ones spending money.
 
Last week the Center for Public Integrity reported that 11 outside groups including the Republican Governors Association and the North Carolina Environmental Partnership have spent $3.7 million on TV ads in the race.
 
Roy Cooper's TV Campaign Gets Underway PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 07 July 2016 10:25
Attorney General Roy Cooper has launched his first statewide campaign TV ad in the race for governor.
 
The spot portrays the Democratic candidate as a leader on consumer protections, public education and pursuing sexual predators. 
 
A recent report said 97 percent of the money being spent on behalf of Cooper and Gov. Pat McCrory so far has come from organizations outside the campaigns, mostly from the political left. Cooper’s recent ad buy occurred after the report by the Center for Public Integrity was issued.
Last Updated on Thursday, 07 July 2016 10:32
 
Governor McCrory Will Skip GOP Convention PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 01 July 2016 15:16
Republican Governor Pat McCrory will not attend the party’s national convention. 
 
Ricky Diaz said Gov. Pat McCrory will instead be campaigning in North Carolina.
 
McCrory did not attend the party’s last convention, which was held less than three months before he was elected.
 
Republicans kick off their convention in Cleveland on July 18. Donald Trump is the party’s presumptive nominee.
 
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