Hagan’s Lies Exposed As Washington Post Calls Out Super PAC’s False Attack Ad

Hagan’s Lies Exposed As Washington Post Calls Out Super PAC’s False Attack Ad

May. 14, 2014 by

Raleigh, NC – The Washington Post’s The Fact Checker has ruled the central claim made in Senate Majority PAC’s latest attack ad is false, awarding it with “Three Pinocchios.” The ad falsely claims that the General Assembly’s historic tax reform law

Payoff? Controversial Left-Wing Group Endorses Hagan After She Doubles-Down On Obamacare

Payoff? Controversial Left-Wing Group Endorses Hagan After She Doubles-Down On Obamacare

May. 12, 2014 by

MoveOn.Org Previously Threatened To Campaign Against Hagan Unless She Supported Obamacare Raleigh, NC – Kay Hagan’s sudden embrace of Obamacare appears to already be paying off. Only days after Hagan doubled-down on her support for the failed health-care law, the highly

NORTH CAROLINA IS THE 6TH MOST VISITED STATE IN THE COUNTRY

NORTH CAROLINA IS THE 6TH MOST VISITED STATE IN THE COUNTRY

May. 10, 2014 by

From Governor McCrory’s office: Nags Head, N.C. –  Governor Pat McCrory was at the Outer Banks today to celebrate “Tourism Week” in North Carolina and to discuss the newest tourism statistics from the U.S. Travel Association. The state’s tourism industry broke records with

NC business climate ranked fourth in Chief Executive magazine

NC business climate ranked fourth in Chief Executive magazine

May. 9, 2014 by

From the Charlotte Business Journal: North Carolina is ranked fourth in Chief Executive magazine’s annual Best & Worst States for Business survey, and South Carolina is No. 5. Texas gets the top postion, which it now holds for the 10th consecutive year.

Hagan Doubles-Down On Obamacare The Same Day NC’s Largest Insurance Provider Says Premiums Will Be Increasing

Hagan Doubles-Down On Obamacare The Same Day NC’s Largest Insurance Provider Says Premiums Will Be Increasing

May. 9, 2014 by

Raleigh, NC – At yesterday’s Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) committee hearing, Kay Hagan doubled-down on her support for Obamacare. The News & Observer Headline: “Hagan Gives Strong Support To Affordable Care Act”  “U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan, who faces a tough

North Carolina is the 6th Most Visited State in the Country

North Carolina is the 6th Most Visited State in the Country

May. 9, 2014 by

From Governor McCrory’s office: Nags Head, N.C. –  Governor Pat McCrory was at the Outer Banks today to celebrate “Tourism Week” in North Carolina and to discuss the newest tourism statistics from the U.S. Travel Association. The state’s tourism industry broke records

NCGOP Congratulates U.S. Senate Nominee Thom Tillis

NCGOP Congratulates U.S. Senate Nominee Thom Tillis

May. 6, 2014 by

Raleigh, NC – Tonight, North Carolina Republican Party Chairman Claude Pope issued the following statement: “The North Carolina Republican Party would like to congratulate Thom Tillis on being elected by Republican voters as our nominee for U.S. Senate. We’d also

NC GOP racks up impressive record

NC GOP racks up impressive record

Apr. 28, 2014 by

From the Asheville Citizen-Times: When N.C. Republicans came into power in the House, Senate and governorship — for the first time in 143 years — their mission statement was to finally bring state spending in line with revenues. Inheriting billions

Kay Hagan Refuses To Run On Her Failed Record

Kay Hagan Refuses To Run On Her Failed Record

Apr. 23, 2014 by

Raleigh, NC – The Kay Hagan campaign’s frantic attempts to spin last night’s U.S. Senate Republican debate reveals the obvious: Hagan doesn’t have a record she can run on. Another case in point: the first paid media advertisement of Hagan’s

Since 2011, North Carolina’s Unemployment Rate Has Dropped 39% and More Than 200,000 Jobs Have Been Created

Since 2011, North Carolina’s Unemployment Rate Has Dropped 39% and More Than 200,000 Jobs Have Been Created

Apr. 22, 2014 by

Raleigh, NC –   Speaker Thom Tillis released the following statement after North Carolina’s unemployment rate dropped again in March to 6.3 percent – the lowest it has been in almost six years and still below the national average.  North Carolina also