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McCrory on Facebook today at 5:30

Pat McCrory 2Gov. McCrory, who’s taken some heat during past forays onto Facebook, will try it again this afternoon. According to the Guv’s Facebook page, he will participate in an online Q&A session this afternoon at 5:30 p.m. Apparently, the Guv will participate in the event from Facebook’s California headquarters, where he is visiting today.

Should be interesting to see if many of the 51% of North Carolinians who disapprove of his job performance get a chance to speak up and be heard.  Maybe the Guv will even shed some new light on salary-gate and the controversies in his Department of Health and Human Services. Tune in if you get a chance.

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