Image from a 2015 controversial ad run on the back pages of the North Raleigh News and Midtown Raleigh News, community papers owned by The News & Observer. The ad showed a young, drunken-looking man leaning on a lamp post as if he might vomit, and the text suggested that Raleigh councilwoman Mary-Ann Baldwin wanted to turn downtown Raleigh into “DrunkTown.”
Image from a 2015 controversial ad run on the back pages of the North Raleigh News and Midtown Raleigh News, community papers owned by The News & Observer. The ad showed a young, drunken-looking man leaning on a lamp post as if he might vomit, and the text suggested that Raleigh councilwoman Mary-Ann Baldwin wanted to turn downtown Raleigh into “DrunkTown.”
Image from a 2015 controversial ad run on the back pages of the North Raleigh News and Midtown Raleigh News, community papers owned by The News & Observer. The ad showed a young, drunken-looking man leaning on a lamp post as if he might vomit, and the text suggested that Raleigh councilwoman Mary-Ann Baldwin wanted to turn downtown Raleigh into “DrunkTown.”

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