Roy Cooper's Campaign Surrogates Block Raleigh Traffic During Rush Hour | Beaufort County Now

Roy Cooper's union-funded campaign surrogates blocked traffic in downtown Raleigh today during rush hour after rejecting an offer to meet with the governor's senior advisors. governor's senior advisors, NCAE union bosses, attorney general, Roy Cooper, rush hour, law enforcement resources
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Roy Cooper's Campaign Surrogates Block Raleigh Traffic During Rush Hour

News Release:

    Roy Cooper's union-funded campaign surrogates blocked traffic in downtown Raleigh today during rush hour after rejecting an offer to meet with the governor's senior advisors.

    The NCAE union bosses behind today's demonstration have endorsed Roy Cooper. But as attorney general, Roy Cooper is North Carolina's chief law enforcement officer.

    Not only did this demonstration inconvenience drivers, it wasted law enforcement resources during rush hour.

    If Roy Cooper is in charge of enforcing the law in North Carolina, why would he send his campaign surrogates to break it?

    Contact: Ricky Diaz
       McCrory Campaign Spokesman

    ricky@patmccrory.com

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