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    Raleigh, NC - The Burr campaign released the following statement regarding Senator Burr's victorious debate tonight in Durham:

  • "The contrast North Carolinians saw tonight on the debate stage could not have been any clearer. Senator Burr spoke directly to voters about legislative successes that have positively impacted people's lives, his vision for the future, and the need for trusted leadership in the U.S. Senate. By comparison, Deborah Ross spent the evening trying to explain to voters why she spent her entire career at the ACLU protecting convicted criminals at the expense of the safety of our communities. Ross' actions raise serious questions about whether one can trust her to put North Carolinians ahead of her dangerous ideology." - Jesse Hunt, Burr campaign communications director

  • Contact: Jesse Hunt
  •     Jhunt@burrforsenate.com

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