Skip to comments.Democratic senator (the exempt Kay Hagan) will not attend Obama's North Carolina speech
Posted on 01/13/2014 2:37:00 PM PST by Libloather
Washington (CNN) Sen. Kay Hagan of North Carolina, who finds herself in a tough race for re-election this year, will not attend a speech President Barack Obama is delivering in her home state on Wednesday.
A spokesman for Hagan confirmed to CNN on Monday that because the "Senate is in session on Wednesday," the Democratic senator will not attend Obama's event on the economy in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Senators and representatives from the same party as the President generally attend White House events in their home state or district. And Hagan's absence at the event will surely be noted by Republicans who hope to unseat her in November.
(Excerpt) Read more at politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com ...
GREG BRANNON FOR SENATE!
Run to the Hills.....Run for your life!
It would be pretty easy to salt the audience with a bunch of “Hagan for Senate” signs.
She’ll be there in spirit.
Now that’s funny!
Using the lefts tactics against them.
Toss in a few signs that say “Dems against homos!”
Greg Brannon (R) - Physician & Tea Party Activist
Ted Corriher (R) - Businessman & Fair Tax Activist
Terry Embler (R) - Police Officer & National Guard Veteran
Bill Flynn (R) - Radio Broadcaster & '12 US Rep. Candidate
Heather Grant (R) - Nurse & Army Veteran
Mark Harris (R) - Pastor & Baptist State Convention President
Edward Kryn (R) - Physician
Aaron O'Neal (R) - Businessman & Conservative Activist
Thom Tillis (R) - State House Speaker, Ex-Cornelius Town Commissioner & Retired Corporate Executive
“Klan for Kay”
Let’s send this SCARDY cat a message with a money bomb for Greg Brannon, who will be our next US Senator from NC:
Someone must get 40 percent to avoid a runoff.
Lawton Chiles would endorse his niece if he could. Maybe he can get Jebbie to do so out of bi-partisanship.
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