Charlotte losing RNC is ‘pretty devastating day’ for North Carolina: Lieutenant governor
North Carolina Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest argues the actions of Gov. Roy Cooper, D-N.C., toward the Republican National Convention have hurt workers and the hospitality industry in his state.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper is leading his state through the novel coronavirus pandemic during his first term in office as he faces a challenge to his re-election bid from his own lieutenant governor.
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TRUMP SAYS RNC LEAVING NORTH CAROLINA, BLAMES DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR
Cooper, a Democrat, has faced criticism from Lt. Gov. Dan Forest, a Republican, after the Republican National Convention moved most of its activity out of Charlotte, North Carolina, to Jacksonville, Florida. Cooper could agree to a scaled-down convention but not the full-scale convention he said RNC officials wanted, Cooper said.