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Discussion of the coronavirus dominated the first half-hour of the gubernatorial debate between incumbent Democrat Gov. Roy Cooper and Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Forest.
Discussion of the coronavirus dominated the first half-hour of the gubernatorial debate between incumbent Democrat Gov. Roy Cooper and Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Forest.
 
North Carolina Republican Party Chairman Michael Whatley released the following statement after tonight's Gubernatorial debate.
North Carolina Republican Party Chairman Michael Whatley released the following statement after tonight's Gubernatorial debate.
 
Tonight, Roy Cooper lied to the people of North Carolina about his record on coal ash and couldn't give a coherent answer on whether or not he would raise taxes if elected governor
Tonight, Roy Cooper lied to the people of North Carolina about his record on coal ash and couldn't give a coherent answer on whether or not he would raise taxes if elected governor
 
In the final North Carolina gubernatorial debate, Governor McCrory again showed himself as a leader and the clear winner, Roy Cooper crumbles, and Lon Cecil proves himself to be irrelevant.
In the final North Carolina gubernatorial debate, Governor McCrory again showed himself as a leader and the clear winner, Roy Cooper crumbles, and Lon Cecil proves himself to be irrelevant.
 
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The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 18 with Roy Cooper
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 18 with Roy Cooper
 
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 18 with Roy Cooper
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 18 with Roy Cooper
 
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 18 with Roy Cooper
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 18 with Roy Cooper
 
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 18 with Roy Cooper
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 18 with Roy Cooper
 
During Tuesday's televised debate with incumbent Gov. Pat McCrory, Democratic challenger Roy Cooper took several opportunities to chide the governor for refusing both to advocate a North Carolina-based "exchange" that would market policies under the Affordable Care Act
During Tuesday's televised debate with incumbent Gov. Pat McCrory, Democratic challenger Roy Cooper took several opportunities to chide the governor for refusing both to advocate a North Carolina-based "exchange" that would market policies under the Affordable Care Act
 
Today the North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) requested that television stations across North Carolina re-broadcast the McCrory Cooper debate in order to give flood victims, who may have been without power or under water, a chance to compare the candidates in their only statewide debate
Today the North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) requested that television stations across North Carolina re-broadcast the McCrory Cooper debate in order to give flood victims, who may have been without power or under water, a chance to compare the candidates in their only statewide debate
 
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 11 with Roy Cooper
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 11 with Roy Cooper
 
The following statement was released by the North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) in response to the North Carolina Gubernatorial debate
The following statement was released by the North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) in response to the North Carolina Gubernatorial debate
 
After the first gubernatorial debate, McCrory Campaign Strategist Chris LaCivita released the following statement
After the first gubernatorial debate, McCrory Campaign Strategist Chris LaCivita released the following statement
 
Governor McCrory fact checks related to the Gubernatorial Debate
 
Governor McCrory fact checks related to the Gubernatorial Debate
 
Once again, we got treated to a double-header of televised political brilliance.
Once again, we got treated to a double-header of televised political brilliance.
 
On Tuesday evening, the second presidential debate of 2012 put President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney in a town hall-style forum moderated by CNN's Candy Crowley.
On Tuesday evening, the second presidential debate of 2012 put President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney in a town hall-style forum moderated by CNN's Candy Crowley.
 
Most modern pollsters don't just ask likely voters which candidate they support and leave it at that. They also ask voters unsure about their preferences whether they "lean" to one or the other candidate.
Most modern pollsters don't just ask likely voters which candidate they support and leave it at that. They also ask voters unsure about their preferences whether they "lean" to one or the other candidate.
 
There's nothing like the whitest white man on the planet Earth complaining that someone else doesn't get "the black experience."
There's nothing like the whitest white man on the planet Earth complaining that someone else doesn't get "the black experience."
 
The campaign debate season soon will be upon us, with three scheduled meetings between the two major party candidates for governor already lined up.
The campaign debate season soon will be upon us, with three scheduled meetings between the two major party candidates for governor already lined up.
 
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