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September 2, 2014 2:59 PM

Looking ahead to 2016, McCrory and Cooper are tied in campaign cash

Even as all eyes focus on the November election, the 2016 campaign season is quietly getting underway. Republican Gov. Pat McCrory will face re-election in two years, and Democratic Attorney General Roy Cooper is preparing to challenge him in what is shaping up to be a serious race.

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