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A Conversation With Gubernatorial Candidate Attorney General Roy Cooper

Roy Cooper is a four-term attorney general in NC currently running as the democratic candidate for governor against incumbent Governor Pat McCrory.
Roy Cooper is a four-term attorney general in NC currently running as the democratic candidate for governor against incumbent Governor Pat McCrory.
Roy Cooper is a four-term attorney general in NC currently running as the democratic candidate for governor against incumbent Governor Pat McCrory.
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Roy Cooper is a four-term attorney general in NC currently running as the democratic candidate for governor against incumbent Governor Pat McCrory.

With the election less than three weeks away, the national spotlight is on North Carolina as a key swing state in this election. The latest polls in the governor’s race show incumbent Governor PatMcCroryhead-to-head with democratic challengerAttorney General Roy Cooper.Cooper hasoutraisedMcCrory by millions andoutspent him in television ads. The candidates met multiple times for face-to-face debates during which they sparred over House Bill 2, taxes, and environmental issues.Cooper’s tenure as attorney general has been marked by some controversial moments, including hisdecision not to defend House Bill 2 and ongoing concerns about problems in theState Crime Lab.

 A conversation with Attorney General Roy Cooper.

Host FrankStasiotalks with Attorney General Roy Cooper about his work in public service, his platform and his priorities for the state. We have invited incumbent Governor PatMcCroryto appear on the program, and the request is pending.

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