Vivian Connell, a Chapel Hill teacher, was featured in a television ad funded by The National Education Association Advocacy Fund that attacked Thom Tillis' record on education. The super PAC for the largest teachers union in the country launched the seven-figure TV and digital ad buy in Sept. 2014. The commercial aired in 95 percent of North Carolina for a week at a cost of $1.7 million.
Vivian Connell, a Chapel Hill teacher, was featured in a television ad funded by The National Education Association Advocacy Fund that attacked Thom Tillis' record on education. The super PAC for the largest teachers union in the country launched the seven-figure TV and digital ad buy in Sept. 2014. The commercial aired in 95 percent of North Carolina for a week at a cost of $1.7 million. Hagan for Senate
Vivian Connell, a Chapel Hill teacher, was featured in a television ad funded by The National Education Association Advocacy Fund that attacked Thom Tillis' record on education. The super PAC for the largest teachers union in the country launched the seven-figure TV and digital ad buy in Sept. 2014. The commercial aired in 95 percent of North Carolina for a week at a cost of $1.7 million. Hagan for Senate

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