Spot the difference!
GOP Senate Candidate Ted Budd rips Democrat 'deceptively running as moderate' despite defund police ties
Below are 5 headlines, try to see if you can spot the difference!
Wisconsin Dem Senate candidate spent nearly $600k on police detail while cozying up to defund police movement
Dem Senate candidate Fetterman says 'I agree with' cutting prison population by one-third in unearthed clip
Vice Presidential Hopeful Val Demings Lauds 'Very Thoughtful' Plan to Dismantle Police
FLASHBACK: Ohio Senate Candidate Tim Ryan Said He Believes 'The Current Criminal Justice System Is Racist', Called It 'New Jim Crow'
Trick question: there is no difference!
Cheri Beasley has joined forces to fundraise with some of the most far-left, radical Democrat U.S. Senate nominees, in what should very well be known as the Fringe Five. She has now found herself emerged in a difficult game of spot the difference.
All 5 of the Fringe Five have one thing in common - soft-on-crime, defund the police agendas.
Democrats across the nation, especially Cheri Beasley, are looking to keep dangerous criminals on the streets and law enforcement off. Communities in North Carolina are at risk as drug use is rising and violence is surging.
Remember: Cheri Beasley is fundraising with her America-last buddies to put you in danger.
"Democrats like Cheri Beasley are careless when it comes to keeping North Carolinians safe, as long as she impresses her Fringe Five." - RNC Spokeswoman Taylor Mazock
Contact: Taylor Mazock
North Carolina Press Secretary
Republican National Committee
RALEIGH: In advance of Hurricane Ian’s remnants moving through the state, Governor Roy Cooper declared a State of Emergency today to activate the state’s emergency operations plan, waive transportation rules to help the transport of fuel and critical supplies
RALEIGH: Today, Governor Roy Cooper appointed Todd Ishee to lead the newly created Department of Adult Correction. The Department was formed as a stand alone Cabinet Agency in the 2021-2023 budget that was passed by the legislature and signed into law by the Governor in November of last year.