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More partial news from McCrory transition

AP is reporting that Gov-elect Pat McCrory is turning to a wide variety of people to help with transition efforts and to look at the operations of state government. But apparently none of the names are public yet.

The AP report says the team includes CEOs, current and former legislators, and high level ex-government officials.

We deserve to know who is advising McCrory, especially since he continues to be paid by a law and lobbying firm in Charlotte and his campaign officials are soliciting money for a new political organization at the same time.

This does not bode well for a candidate who constantly promised transparency if he was elected.

 

3 Comments


  1. Frances Jenkins

    December 11, 2012 at 8:24 am

    I think Chris spends every hour his eyes are open trying to find something on the newly elected governor as well as Republicans. That does not mean I think Chris is in search of the truth, just a mean-spirited person who searches for the smallest fly and ignores the corruption of the Democrats.Good examples would be Bev’s method to appoint judges, the unemployment insurance untold story, Mary Easley, come on Chris, You have ignored enough on the Democrats, if you started now you would never finish in your life time. I can always predict what you are going to write, not the content but the intent. Examine your motives and try to bring some balance to your reporting.

  2. david esmay

    December 11, 2012 at 11:44 am

    Frances Jenkins, I see the problem, you’ve over estimated the value of your opinion. Regroup and try again.

  3. Frank Burns

    December 11, 2012 at 4:24 pm

    Mary Easley ended up with a sweet deal! She gets a higher retirement than the former governor for doing nothing.

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