Democrat Roy Cooper, right, has continued to outraise and outspend Republican Gov. Pat McCrory in what has become the most expensive gubernatorial race in North Carolina history. Through Oct. 20, Cooper had raised $21.8 million to McCrory’s $13.9 million. Cooper had spent $21.3 million and McCrory $13.6 million in the nationÕs second costliest gubernatorial race after Missouri.
Democrat Roy Cooper, right, has continued to outraise and outspend Republican Gov. Pat McCrory in what has become the most expensive gubernatorial race in North Carolina history. Through Oct. 20, Cooper had raised $21.8 million to McCrory’s $13.9 million. Cooper had spent $21.3 million and McCrory $13.6 million in the nationÕs second costliest gubernatorial race after Missouri. Left: Chuck Liddy, cliddy@newsoberver.com Right: Chuck Burton, AP cliddy@newsobserver.com
Democrat Roy Cooper, right, has continued to outraise and outspend Republican Gov. Pat McCrory in what has become the most expensive gubernatorial race in North Carolina history. Through Oct. 20, Cooper had raised $21.8 million to McCrory’s $13.9 million. Cooper had spent $21.3 million and McCrory $13.6 million in the nationÕs second costliest gubernatorial race after Missouri. Left: Chuck Liddy, cliddy@newsoberver.com Right: Chuck Burton, AP cliddy@newsobserver.com

Cooper outraises McCrory in NC’s most expensive governor’s race ever

November 02, 2016 06:22 PM

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