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NARAL NC PAC Endorses Robinson, Harrison in May 6th Primary

NARAL NC PAC Endorses Robinson, Harrison in May 6th Primary

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Contact: media@ProChoiceNC.org

DURHAM, NC– Suzanne Buckley, Executive Director of NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina announced today that the organization’s political action committee, NARAL NC PAC has endorsed House District 57 incumbent Pricey Harrison (D-Guilford) and Senate District 28 incumbent Gladys Robinson (D-Guilford) in the Primary Election.

“NARAL NC PAC is proud to…

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The Burr Blockade

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Understanding Sen. Richard Burr’s silent, one-man judicial filibuster and why you should care about it

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Since June of 2013, Senator Richard Burr has been blocking the nomination of Federal prosecutor Jennifer May-Parker to serve as a Federal District Court Judge for North Carolina’s Eastern…

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NARAL Pro-Choice America PAC Endorses Adams for Congress

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RALEIGH– Suzanne Buckley, Executive Director of NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina and Ilyse Hogue, President of NARAL Pro-Choice America announced today that the organization’s political action committee, NARAL Pro-Choice America PAC, has endorsed Alma Adams in her race for U.S. House of Representatives in NC’s 12th Congressional district.

“Some decisions are easy,” said NARAL Pro-Choice America…

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Oops! N.C. GOP Senate Candidate Thom Tillis Inflates His College Credentials

Oops! N.C. GOP Senate Candidate Thom Tillis Inflates His College Credentials

Oops! N.C. GOP Senate Candidate Thom Tillis Inflates His College Credentials

This just in from Talking Points Memo:

Tillis’ LinkedIn page listed the University of Maryland at College Park as where he got a Bachelor of Science Degree in Technology Management, Technology & Project Management. Similarly on Tillis’s biography page on his House Speaker website, Tillis listed the University of Maryland…

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