Roy Cooper Would Take NC 'Back To The Future' | Eastern North Carolina Now

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NCGOP Launches Website, Online Ad Campaign As Attorney General Launches Bid For Governor

    Raleigh, N.C.     What would North Carolina look like with Roy Cooper as governor?

    Today, the North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) launched a website,, and digital ad campaign to take North Carolinians back in time to examine Roy Cooper's long 30-year record as a Raleigh insider and show how he would take North Carolina backwards if elected governor.

    "We've seen what the future would look like with good ol'boy Roy Cooper as governor, and to find out, all you have to do is hop in the DeLorean, go back in time and look at his 30-year record as a Raleigh insider," said NCGOP Executive Director Dallas Woodhouse. "When he was in charge, Roy Cooper voted for the largest tax increase in state history, doubled state government spending and cut funding for education. As attorney general, he hasn't stood up for North Carolina because he's been beholden to his political masters and the special interests. With a record like that, it's clear Roy Cooper represents the worst of the past and would take North Carolina backwards."

    In addition to launching the website, the NCGOP launched a sizable online advertising and social media campaign to educate North Carolinians about Roy Cooper's past record.

    2015 is also the 30-year anniversary of the original "Back to the Future" movie.

  • Contact: Kara Carter
  • NCGOP Press Secretary

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( October 13th, 2015 @ 5:40 pm )
Stan---name me some Conservatives you know --- now in office --- or wanting such who have a thimble full of integrity. I happen to KNOW this man from my Nash County back door neighbor days as well as NC Senate representation.

The Countrywide complaints were a decision between a rich contributing source and doing what is right. Any people of that variety in McCrory-land???
( October 13th, 2015 @ 12:52 pm )
The Country Wide deal was easy.

He just does not defend North Carolina's laws, which means he is an empty suit, with a probable empty head to boot, and a definite lack of core values.

But being a Democrat, that is just Okay, since Democrats have a different rules, than the rest of us.
( October 13th, 2015 @ 12:42 pm )
So . . . the Attorney General gets no credit for busting Countrywide over excess charges for the loans???? No credit for telling it like it is over the Marriage Amendment????

I saw McCrory driving a black convertible into a manure truck last week---but don't tell anyone he is less than perfect when the coal ash spilled from it!!!

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