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  1. Pat McCrory - Wikipedia

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    Pat McCrory leaves top-rated radio show for U.S. Senate run McCrory, 64, spent fourteen years as Charlotte’s Mayor from 1995 to 2009 before taking over as North Carolina’s Governor in 2013. He lost his reelection bid to Roy Cooper in 2016 by a n… 1.9K1.9K

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  3. Pat McCrory - IMDb

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    Pat McCrory was born on October 17, 1956 in Ohio, USA as Patrick Lloyd McCrory. He is an actor, known for The Ultimate Gift (2006), Sprawling from Grace (2008) and Cavuto on Business (2000). He has been married to Ann Gordon since December 16, 1988. See full bio »

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  4. Pat McCrory - Ballotpedia

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    McCrory was born in Ohio and raised in Guilford County, North Carolina. After earning degrees in education and political science from Catawba College, he moved to Charlotte to work for Duke Energy. He won election to an at-large seat on the Charlotte City Council, winning re-election two times and serving as mayor pro tempore. In 1995, he was elected mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina, eventually serving seven terms. In 2010 McCrory began work as the senior director of strategic initiatives for the Charlotte-based law firm of Moore & Van Allen. He is also currently a partner with McCrory & Company, a management consulting firm.

    Governor of North Carolina

    McCrory first won election as governor in 2012. He was sworn in as the 74th governor of North Carolina on January 5, 2013. He ran for re-election in 2016, but was defeated by Roy Cooper (D)in the general election on November 8, 2016.

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    Note: Please contact us if the personal information below requires an update. McCrory earned an honorary doctorate from Catawba College in 2001.

    This excerpt is reprinted here with the permission of the 2016 edition of the Almanac of American Politics and is up to date as of the publication date of that edition. All text is reproduced verbatim, though links have been added by Ballotpedia staff. To read the full chapter on North Carolina, click here. In few states today is the political climate more polarized between Democrats and Republicans, andbetween urban and suburban areas, than in North Carolina. Bolstered by rapid population growth fromother states, North Carolina has become a hard-fought presidential battleground, but skirmishes over thedirection of the state government have proven to be even more intense. In the early republic, when Virginia and South Carolina produced statesmen and spokesmen, and hadgrand plantation cultures, North Carolina was often called a valley of humility between two mountainsof conceit. It joined the Confederacy only after those two neighbors did so. After the Civil War, NorthCarolina develo...

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  5. RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Former Republican Gov. Pat McCrory on Wednesday announced he'll run for the U.S. Senate in North Carolina, shaking up the calculus in the expanding field to succeed retiring...

  6. Former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory Will Soon Launch ...

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    Apr 12, 2021 · (CNN) Former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is planning to launch his Republican campaign for Senate this week -- and immediately become a front-runner in a race that could determine the future...

  7. What To Know About Failed Loser Pat McCrory As He Enters ...

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    Apr 14, 2021 · McCrory A Two-Time Statewide Loser And Only NC Governor To Lose Re-Election Since The 1800s, Now Republicans Facing The Prospect Of An Increasingly Messy & Chaotic Primary Failed politician and “sore loser” Pat McCrory jumped into the North Carolina Republican Senate primary today, ramping up what is sure to be a messy and chaotic battle.

  8. Pat Mccrory | RADIO.COM

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    pat mccrory Pat McCrory joins Meet the Press on Sunday Former N.C. Governor believes GOP gaining momentum two weeks before the election October 18, 2020 Cancel Culture's newest word: "Sexual...

  9. Former North Carolina Gov. McCrory enters US Senate race

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    Apr 14, 2021 · Former Republican Gov. Pat McCrory on Wednesday announced he'll run for the U.S. Senate in North Carolina, shaking up the calculus in the expanding field to succeed retiring Sen. Richard Burr with the entrance of a veteran of statewide politics. McCrory, who served as governor for four years through 2016, revealed his plans on his morning WBT radio show in Charlotte, where he also served a ...

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