Dueling rallies set to open special session
State lawmakers coming back into special session tomorrow may have to wade through dueling rallies to get into the building.Posted — Updated
State lawmakers coming back into special session tomorrow may have to wade through dueling rallies to get into the building.
AFP is hoping to drive up attendance through a robocall recorded by former Charlotte mayor and 2012 GOP gubernatorial hopeful Pat McCrory.
The call, which went out Monday, criticizes Perdue for “a series of highly political vetoes of bipartisan legislation.”
“We can’t let the Governor veto our jobs and prosperity without a fight,” McCrory says in the recording. “Your presence is needed. Please come to the General Assembly at 11am Wednesday to tell Governor Perdue she cannot veto the will of the people.”
AFP’s Dallas Woodhouse says McCrory won’t be attending Wednesday’s rally.
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