|Speaking at the NC Credit Union League Annual Meeting in Pinehurst, McCrory laid out his plans for North Carolina should he be elected Governor.
The Republican nominee for Governor, Pat McCrory, addressed the over 450 attendees of the North Carolina Credit Union League’s Annual Meeting on Monday, June 11, 2012. McCrory talked about making North Carolina competitive again by overhauling the tax code and reforming education. He talked about creating jobs and praised credit unions for their willingness to provide small business owners with access to capital.
“As citizens, we need someone that can work on the difficult issues that North Carolina faces,” shared League President John Radebaugh in his introduction of McCrory. “As representatives of our credit unions, we need a governor that appreciates the vital role the North Carolina’s 94 credit unions play in delivering affordable financial services to working families in the state.”
McCrory, the former mayor of Charlotte, leads his Democratic challenger Walter Dalton by 7 points in the latest poll. Dalton was also invited to speak at the League Annual Meeting, but was unable to attend.