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January 21, 2014

McCrory loses Felts to private sector

Jonathan Felts, a senior adviser to Gov. Pat McCrory, this week left the administration to join a Raleigh public affairs firm. Felts joined the McCrory administration last summer at a time when it was struggling with its message. Felts, a North Carolina native, had served as White House political director under President George W. Bush, been adviser to Vice President Dick Cheney, and had served as state director of the Bush-Cheney campaign in 2004 among other political and congressional jobs.

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