Former state Rep. Robert Brawley, right, a Mooresville Republican, says he’s considering running against Gov. Pat McCrory in next year’s Republican primary. Brawley has been an outspoken opponent of plans to add toll lanes to Interstate 77 north of Charlotte.
Former state Rep. Robert Brawley, right, a Mooresville Republican, says he’s considering running against Gov. Pat McCrory in next year’s Republican primary. Brawley has been an outspoken opponent of plans to add toll lanes to Interstate 77 north of Charlotte. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
Former state Rep. Robert Brawley, right, a Mooresville Republican, says he’s considering running against Gov. Pat McCrory in next year’s Republican primary. Brawley has been an outspoken opponent of plans to add toll lanes to Interstate 77 north of Charlotte. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
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