File this one under "E" for "Elections have consequences." Former Republican North Carolina Governor and fossil fuel fan Pat McCrory lost his 2016 re-election bid in stunning fashion to Democrat Roy Cooper, who leveraged public enthusiasm for renewable energy during his campaign. Show More Summary
Joe.My.God.: When it comes to his reelection defeat, former North Carolina Republican Governor Pat McCrory blames voter fraud. Economist’s View: When it comes to raising interest rates, the Fed is on course to make no one happy. Informed...Show More Summary
Them there illegals is what done him in, not HB2! The HuffPost reports: If anybody can hold a grudge, it’s former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory (R). During a speech at the state Republican Party’s annual convention on Saturday, McCrory...Show More Summary
If anybody can hold a grudge, it’s former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory (R). During a speech at the state Republican Party’s annual convention on Saturday, McCrory took the opportunity to once again claim that he lost his re-election...Show More Summary
News and Observer: The former governor also had advice for the legislature. Republican House and Senate leaders were in the crowd at the NCGOP convention. “I know for a fact that we had a lot of noncitizens that were voting,” … Continue reading ?
MCCRORY TAKES JABS AT COOPER, WHINES ABOUT VOTER ID ABSENCE: McCrory, a Republican who lost to Cooper last November, had strong words for his successor on Hurricane Matthew relief efforts and on the lawsuits between the governor and legislature. Show More Summary
In a speech at the North Carolina Republican Party’s annual convention on Saturday, former Gov. Pat McCrory, who lost to Democratic challenger Roy Cooper last November, called for a new voter ID law. The state’s first controversial voter ID law was struck down in federal appeals court...
Former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is urging state lawmakers to pass a new voter ID law because he said he knows "a lot of noncitizens" voted last fall. The … Click to Continue »
DEMOCRACY NC SEEKS CRIMINAL PROBE OF MCCRORY CAMPAIGN OVER VOTER CHALLENGES: A voter-rights organization hopes to persuade state and federal prosecutors to investigate whether former Gov. Pat McCrory’s campaign and the state Republican Party conspired in late 2016 to falsely accuse hundreds of voters of fraud. Show More Summary
A voting rights group wants government officials to investigate whether people linked to then-Gov. Pat McCrory's campaign and the Republican Party broke any laws when voting protests were filed soon … Click to Continue »
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The former governor of North Carolina appears to be happy that the largest LGBT rights group in the country was not able to get a full repeal of HB 2.
Like a festering case of herpes, ex-governor Pat McCrory refuses to go away.
Despite losing the election, McCrory is doing a victory dance.
Former North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory has been clucking about the sham deal to repeal HB2 undertaken last week which left discrimination in place. RELATED: HB2 May Be Gone, But Discrimination Lives on in North Carolina: Here’s the Bad News The N… Read The post Pat McCrory: HRC ‘Lost the Battle’ and ‘Did Not Get a Full Repeal of HB2’ appeared first on Towleroad.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Former Gov. Pat McCrory said Friday that the year of turmoil North Carolina endured over the controversial “bathroom law” House Bill 2 was Charlotte’s fault, calling city leaders “misguided” for passing a 2016 law that gave protections to LGBT people....
The Charlotte Observer reports: Former Gov. Pat McCrory says North Carolina’s compromise over the controversial “bathroom law” House Bill 2 was not a full repeal, and he counts that as a loss for the left and gay rights advocates with the Human Rights Campaign. Show More Summary
DURHAM, N.C. ? North Carolina has been in an almost constant state of protest for the last year. It started in March 2016, when former Gov. Pat McCrory (R) signed HB 2, a measure preventing local governments from passing anti-discrimination protections for LGBTQ people, into law. Show More Summary
After Democrat Roy Cooper ousted then-GOP Gov. Pat McCrory in 2016, North Carolina’s Republican legislature used their illegally gerrymandered majority to engage in a flagrantly undemocratic power grab in a lame-duck session right before McCrory left office. Show More Summary
Former [North Carolina] Gov. Pat McCrory says the backlash against House Bill 2 is making it difficult for him to land a new job after he left office. McCrory has been appearing frequently on national media outlets to defend the controversial LGBT law, but he hasn't announced what's next for his career. Show More Summary