NC Gov. Pat McCrory, left, and Texas Governor Rick Perry, right, show their support for US Senate candidate Thom Tillis, center, as the Republicans hold The Conservative Rally at the Central Marketing Tobacco Warehouse in Smithfield NC on Oct. 24, 2014. Texas Gov. Rick Perry and NC Sen. Richard Burr were some of the prominent party members there to support Thom Tillis in his US Senate race against Kay Hagan as well as other GOP candidates in various races.
NC Gov. Pat McCrory, left, and Texas Governor Rick Perry, right, show their support for US Senate candidate Thom Tillis, center, as the Republicans hold The Conservative Rally at the Central Marketing Tobacco Warehouse in Smithfield NC on Oct. 24, 2014. Texas Gov. Rick Perry and NC Sen. Richard Burr were some of the prominent party members there to support Thom Tillis in his US Senate race against Kay Hagan as well as other GOP candidates in various races. cseward@newsobserver.com
NC Gov. Pat McCrory, left, and Texas Governor Rick Perry, right, show their support for US Senate candidate Thom Tillis, center, as the Republicans hold The Conservative Rally at the Central Marketing Tobacco Warehouse in Smithfield NC on Oct. 24, 2014. Texas Gov. Rick Perry and NC Sen. Richard Burr were some of the prominent party members there to support Thom Tillis in his US Senate race against Kay Hagan as well as other GOP candidates in various races. cseward@newsobserver.com

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