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Press Release:

    Happy first day of fall!

    Sweater weather has officially begun, and below you can find the hottest fall trend:

    As North Carolinians say hello to fall, they are ready to say bye to the Biden-Beasley agenda that has led to:

  • A supply chain crisis and historic inflation.
  • A baby formula shortage that has left families struggling to feed infants.
  • Rising crime in Democrat-run cities across the state.
  • An out of control border crisis that has made our communities less safe.
  • A disastrous foreign policy agenda that has America leading from behind, a crisis in Ukraine and a botched Afghanistan withdrawal that left Americans killed and others stranded.

    With the election less than 50 days away, Biden's disapproval rating is now at 57 percent, yet Democrat Cheri Beasley continue to walk in lockstep with him crisis are crisis.

    57% of Americans disaprove of the president

    "Historic inflation, rising crime and a supply chain crisis can only be found within one political agenda - and that is the one of Joe Biden and Cheri Beasley. Ted Budd will continue to deliver effective solutions to these issues facing all North Carolinians." - RNC Spokeswoman Taylor Mazock

   Contact: Taylor Mazock
   North Carolina Press Secretary
   Republican National Committee
   Email: tmazock@gop.com
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