NCDP: Democrats Boast Big Wins In Local Races, A Referendum on Toxic Republican Agenda

Published Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at 10:45 am

*Release from N.C. Democratic Party

Nov. 6, 2013.Expanding on recent wins in Wake County, North Carolina Democrats are celebrating big wins in targeted local races across the state, including Charlotte, Greensboro and Boone, with Fayetteville still too close to call.

2013 LOCAL ELECTIONS HIGHLIGHTS:

The North Carolina Democratic Party (NCDP) Chair Randy Voller released the following statement hailing the wins:

“Tonight was a referendum on the toxic Republican agenda that has rendered public education unrecognizable, rejected healthcare for thousands of North Carolinians and overreached on local control of municipal assets,” NCDP Chair Randy Voller said.  “Democrats expanded our bench by winning critical races across the state by offering a sensible alternative to the fringe policies of the Republican majorities in Raleigh.  Voters sent a signal loud and clear that they’re tired of rigid ideology and they’re ready to elect leaders who will fight for the values of North Carolina and invest in our future.  Democrats will seize this momentum and now it’s all eyes on 2014 where we will re-elect Senator Kay Hagan and take back seats in the General Assembly.”

 

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