Roy Asberry Cooper III(born June 13, 1957) is an American attorney and politician serving as the 75thand current Governor of North Carolinasince 2017. A member of the Democratic Party, he previously served as the 49th Attorney General of North Carolinafrom 2001 to 2016.
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Roy Cooper (Democratic Party) is the Governor of North Carolina. He assumed office on January 1, 2017. His current term ends on January 1, 2025. Cooper (Democratic Party) ran for re-election for Governor of North Carolina.
- University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (1979)
- November 8, 2016
- University of North Carolina School of Law (1982)
Governor Roy Cooper assumed office in January 2017, becoming the 75th governor of North Carolina. Governor Cooper is a trusted leader, family man, and North Carolinian through and through. Born and raised in Nash County, Cooper attended public schools and worked summers on the family farm before attending UNC-Chapel Hill on a Morehead Scholarship.
Feb 05, 2021 · Only Roy Cooper won. In 2020, the dynamic was the same: three marquee races, and only Cooper pulled it off. … Figuring out why Cooper keeps winning could have potentially huge implications for determining whether he’s a fluke or a model for Democrats across the South and in other red states.
The North Carolina Democratic Party released the following statement: "North Carolinians have chosen to re-elect Governor Roy Cooper, a fighter for working families who is committed to moving our ...
Nov 04, 2020 · Gov. Roy Cooper, a Democrat, easily won his re-election bid on Tuesday even as GOP presidential nominee Trump appears poised to claim North Carolina’s 15 electoral votes.
Sep 09, 2020 · Other Democratic politicians who bucked the NRA’s agenda include North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper, who fell from B to F after endorsing and enacting several gun safety measures last year, and Virginia Senator Mark Warner, who went from C to F after sponsoring bills to expand background checks and ban assault weapons.
Apr 11, 2020 · Gov. Roy Cooper of North Carolina is a mild-mannered Southerner who slipped into office in 2016 after a backlash over an anti-transgender rights law. He is a Democrat who has largely been thwarted...
May 08, 2020 · North Carolina Roy Cooper has got a doozy on his hands. He’s a Democratic governor, up for reelection in a Republican-leaning Southern swing state, pushing a go-slow approach to reopening the...
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