September 22, 2016

Like McCrory, Barringer Blames Charlotte for Her HB2 Vote

On Tuesday, September 20th, at the Fuquay-Varina Chamber of Commerce candidates’ forum, Sen. Tamara Barringer was asked about HB2. Instead of taking responsibility for her own vote, she decided to take a page out of Pat McCrory’s playbook and blame Charlotte. Click here to listen to what she said!

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September 16, 2016

Susan Evans Remarks on Sen. Barringer’s HB2 Flip-Flop

Susan’s remarks at the press conference announcing her endorsement by the Human Rights Campaign, as delivered 9/15/16: I want to thank the Human Rights Campaign for lending me their support. I stand here today as a proud, native North Carolinian who knows that we are not this. For my entire lifetime until the last few years, we have been a …

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August 17, 2016

Wake Senate candidates correct the record on teacher pay

  Wake Senate candidates correct the record on teacher pay GOP ads take credit for work of local school boards, ignore their education cuts RALEIGH, N.C. – Susan Evans and Gil Johnson corrected the record today about recent Republican television ads which distort the truth on the General Assembly’s record on teacher pay and education funding. Evans and Johnson are …

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August 3, 2016

New poll: Susan Evans leads Sen. Tamara Barringer

New poll: Susan Evans leads Sen. Tamara Barringer Challenger has also outraised incumbent senator in two straight quarters RALEIGH, N.C. – The Susan Evans campaign released the results today of its latest poll in Evans’ bid for North Carolina’s 17th Senate District. Evans, a member of the Wake County Board of Education, tops the incumbent, Tamara Barringer, by a four-point …

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July 20, 2016

Susan Evans Outraises Opponent, Sen. Tamara Barringer

Susan Evans Outraises Opponent, Sen. Tamara Barringer Challenger outpaces incumbent, doubles her support from individual donors RALEIGH, N.C. – Second-quarter campaign finance reports reveal that for the second straight period, 17th Senate District challenger Susan Evans has raised more money than the incumbent, Sen. Tamara Barringer (R-Wake). Evans hauled in nearly $83,000 in the quarter ending June 30th, vaulting her …

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