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    Popping into your inbox for your DAILY REMINDER that (even though it's been said a million times before) Cheri Beasley and Wiley Nickel are dangerous for North Carolina.

    In addition to walking in lockstep with Joe Biden, who's approval rating is appalling, both Beasley and Nickel have taken an interest some of the most far-left, radical policies...

    As a reminder, below are releases from the past month to remind you of the disastrous track record and agenda these North Carolina Democrats are planning on bringing to Washington following the election:

  • The Fringe Five
  • Spot the difference!
  • This you?
  • Most likely to tell lies
  • Back-to-silence for Cheri
  • She doesn't even go here.
  • Another dismal jobs report proves Biden's economy isn't working
  • Bad News for Beasley
  • Biden administration travel schedule
  • Miss-steak
  • Craft crime scene
  • All respect is lost when their name is on the ballot
  • STILL no results found

    "North Carolina Republicans like Ted Budd and Bo Hines are ready to put America back on track. Voters will not tolerate the chaos and risk that comes with electing Biden Democrats like Cheri Beasley and Wiley Nickel." - RNC Spokeswoman Taylor Mazock

   Contact: Taylor Mazock
   North Carolina Press Secretary
   Republican National Committee
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