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McCrory raised $6.4 million

Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory raised $6.4 million in his run as the Republican nominee for governor.

McCrory, who entered the race after his fellow Republican candidates were well underway, raised $1.1 million from Oct. 19 to the end of the year, according to campaign finance disclosure reports.

McCrory's biggest donors in the quarter included Morrisville developer Benjamin Ward, NASCAR chief executive Brian France, Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, Jerry Smith, president of the Le Bleu water company, Ronald Day, chief operating officer of RBC Centura Bank.

He also received major contributions from the N.C. American Indian PAC, the Green Industry Council, the N.C. Association of CPAs and the N.C. Chiropractic PAC.

McCrory spent about $6.4 million on his campaign, leaving him with $66,700.


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Re: McCrory raised $6.4 million

No, all Pat had to do was build a time machine, not campaign with George Bush, not call all African Americans "gangsters," move away from Charlotte, and register as a Democrat.

Then he would have won. Hands down.

Re: McCrory raised $6.4 million

All Pat had to do was spend 3 mil running mug shot photos of all the Dem's headed to state and fed prisons during the ex Gov. Easy years. Run them week after week before the election. He made the link that it was and had happened, but the pure visual impact along with names would have sealed the deal. Next time, I'm sure the perp walks aren't finished yet.

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