Pat Harrigan Wins NC-14 Primary | Beaufort County Now | Charlotte – Pat Harrigan, Green Beret combat veteran and first-time candidate for political office, has won the Republican nomination for the 14th Congressional District in North Carolina.

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    Charlotte     Pat Harrigan, Green Beret combat veteran and first-time candidate for political office, has won the Republican nomination for the 14th Congressional District in North Carolina. Harrigan captured 75% of the vote and will now face Jeff Jackson in the general election in November. Harrigan released this statement after winning tonight's primary:

    "I'm humbled by our victory tonight, which came because of the hard work of so many supporters," Harrigan said. "But this victory is just one step toward our ultimate goal: winning the general election in November. The people of Mecklenburg and Gaston counties need a Congressman who'll fight to end inflation, lower the price of gas and groceries, and get our economy moving again. While Jeff Jackson defends the failed economic policies of the extreme left, I'll make it clear to voters that they can trust me to focus on fixing the problems they're concerned about. I look forward to the campaign to come."


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