Harrigan Named “Young Gun” By National Republican Congressional Committee | Eastern North Carolina Now | Pat Harrigan, Republican nominee for Congress in North Carolina’s 14th District, was today named a “Young Gun” by the National Republican Congressional Committee.

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    Charlotte     Pat Harrigan, Republican nominee for Congress in North Carolina's 14th District, was today named a "Young Gun" by the National Republican Congressional Committee. The designation is reserved for the top Republican candidates in key districts across the country, demonstrating the level of importance being given to Harrigan and his race.

    "I'm honored to be part of the Young Guns program as we enter the final stretch of this race," Harrigan said. "The majority will be won or lost in districts like ours, and I know we have the right message and the right team to be successful."

    Harrigan, a West Point graduate, Green Beret combat veteran and small business owner, has focused his campaign on fighting inflation and getting our economy on track, keeping our communities safe, and improving education outcomes.

    "This district needs someone in DC who understands how to grow a business - and an economy - and keep our families safe," Harrigan said. "Jeff Jackson's record is clear: he wants more spending, higher taxes, and out-of-control inflation. All while weakening law-enforcement's ability to keep our communities secure. I'll fight to end inflation and stop politicizing our public safety, and I look forward to making that case to the voters in the weeks to come."


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   Email: info@harriganforcongress.com
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