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STATEMENT: NCGOP Response to Hillary Clinton in Charlotte

RALEIGH, NC – The North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) released the following statement on Hillary Clinton’s Charlotte visit:

 

Just hours after Hillary Clinton’s campaign attacked the bipartisan compromises passed by local and state election board members on North Carolina’s already extremely accessible early voting plans, she’s in Charlotte attempting to persuade voters from the Obama coalition who have clearly been unenthusiastic about a Clinton presidency. Will Hillary Clinton denounce Democrat Mayor Jennifer Roberts’ failures in leadership or Rev. William Barber’s insult against African American police officers, which tragically hurts community relations, thwarts efforts to recruit minority officers, and delays much needed healing after the riots in Charlotte?” 

 

– Dallas Woodhouse, Executive Director, North Carolina Republican Party