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McCrory to headline conservative rally




Republican gubernatorial hopeful Pat McCrory is scheduled to speak at a conservative candidates’ rally near Sharpsburg Friday evening.

The free-admission family event is planned from 6 to 9 p.m. at a conference center on Pleasant Hill Road, which is about 4 miles east of Sharpsburg and has a Rocky Mount address.

Lieutenant governor candidate Dan Forest, U.S. House hopeful George Holding, state Sen. Buck Newton, R-Wilson, state Rep. Jeff Collins, R-Nash, and Nash County state Senate candidate Warren Scott Nail also are scheduled to appear.

The conservative rally will include live music from the Sapony Creek Bluegrass Band, food, balloons and face painting and bounce houses for children.

To find the conference center, travel U.S. 301 to Sharpsburg and turn onto East Main Street beside Hardee’s. Keep straight for about 4 miles and turn right onto Pleasant Hill Road. Continue for a half-mile and the conference center will be on the left.

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former lifelong republican said...

i wont be attending if the former "lifelong democratic", crook Wayne Gay will be attending.

Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 7:51 PM
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