McCrory to focus on fixing economy
Posted February 16, 2012
RALEIGH, N.C. —
Republican gubernatorial candidate Pat McCrory says fixing the economy is one of his top priorities for North Carolina.
"Many of our graduates right now are moving back in with you. That's not our goal. Our goal is to get our graduates jobs and to get them to build their own home and raise a great family for future generations to come," McCrory said Thursday during the Wake County Republican Party Precincts meeting at the State Fairgrounds.
McCrory said in his keynote speech that if elected, he will work to overturn all of Gov. Bev Purdue's vetoes, including the Voter ID Act. He also wants to explore inland and off-shore drilling and add vocational programs to all high schools.