Gov. Pat McCrory is not only is the state’s most visible crisis manager, he has made national headlines as the most prominent defender of House Bill 2 and other legislation passed by the GOP-controlled General Assembly. He’s also the focus of more than $19 million in TV ads in his re-election race against Democratic Attorney General Roy Cooper.
Gov. Pat McCrory is not only is the state’s most visible crisis manager, he has made national headlines as the most prominent defender of House Bill 2 and other legislation passed by the GOP-controlled General Assembly. He’s also the focus of more than $19 million in TV ads in his re-election race against Democratic Attorney General Roy Cooper. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Gov. Pat McCrory is not only is the state’s most visible crisis manager, he has made national headlines as the most prominent defender of House Bill 2 and other legislation passed by the GOP-controlled General Assembly. He’s also the focus of more than $19 million in TV ads in his re-election race against Democratic Attorney General Roy Cooper. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

With ‘political genes,’ Pat McCrory has been the face of crises – and controversy

October 08, 2016 01:00 PM

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