North Carolina Treasurer Dale Folwell is interviewed in his office in January 2017. As a candidate for treasurer Folwell used a bowling pin as a prop to make a point: “In bowling you have 10 pins, but only one ball. Focus to hit the one pin you need to hit. That is the only way to make the rest of them fall.”
North Carolina Treasurer Dale Folwell is interviewed in his office in January 2017. As a candidate for treasurer Folwell used a bowling pin as a prop to make a point: “In bowling you have 10 pins, but only one ball. Focus to hit the one pin you need to hit. That is the only way to make the rest of them fall.” Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
North Carolina Treasurer Dale Folwell is interviewed in his office in January 2017. As a candidate for treasurer Folwell used a bowling pin as a prop to make a point: “In bowling you have 10 pins, but only one ball. Focus to hit the one pin you need to hit. That is the only way to make the rest of them fall.” Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

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