State House Speaker Thom Tillis speaks to reporters Sept. 3 after his first debate with incumbent Sen. Kay Hagan. Tillis is spotlighting what he says is Hagan’s high level of support for positions taken by President Barack Obama, while Hagan’s campaign points to the legislative record of the Republican-dominated General Assembly in arguing Tillis is far more conservative than he lets on.
State House Speaker Thom Tillis speaks to reporters Sept. 3 after his first debate with incumbent Sen. Kay Hagan. Tillis is spotlighting what he says is Hagan’s high level of support for positions taken by President Barack Obama, while Hagan’s campaign points to the legislative record of the Republican-dominated General Assembly in arguing Tillis is far more conservative than he lets on. tlong@newsobserver.com
State House Speaker Thom Tillis speaks to reporters Sept. 3 after his first debate with incumbent Sen. Kay Hagan. Tillis is spotlighting what he says is Hagan’s high level of support for positions taken by President Barack Obama, while Hagan’s campaign points to the legislative record of the Republican-dominated General Assembly in arguing Tillis is far more conservative than he lets on. tlong@newsobserver.com

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