With just days to go until North Carolina’s second primary Tuesday, lieutenant governor candidate Dan Forest made a stop in the county to campaign door-to-door.
Forest, a Raleigh architect and Republican, is in a run-off election with Tony Gurley for the party’s nomination. Forest won 33 percent of the 769,230 May 8 primary votes and Gurley won 25 percent. The winner will face Democrat Linda Coleman in November.
The grassroots, door-to-door campaign has been a daily occurrence in Forest’s camp for the past six weeks. He’s stopped in one county each week day – for a total of 30 counties – to knock on doors.
Part of the goal is to let people know about the run-off election Tuesday, Forest said.
“Secondly, we’re letting them know that we are coming back to earn their vote,” Forest said.
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