Former state Rep. Larry Hall, left, talks with former N.C. Governor Jim Hunt before a Roy Cooper event in October 2015. The African-American Caucus of the N.C. Democratic Party wants to remove Hunt’s name from the party’s annual fundraiser.
Former state Rep. Larry Hall, left, talks with former N.C. Governor Jim Hunt before a Roy Cooper event in October 2015. The African-American Caucus of the N.C. Democratic Party wants to remove Hunt’s name from the party’s annual fundraiser. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Former state Rep. Larry Hall, left, talks with former N.C. Governor Jim Hunt before a Roy Cooper event in October 2015. The African-American Caucus of the N.C. Democratic Party wants to remove Hunt’s name from the party’s annual fundraiser. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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