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Rally for Jobs Bills, Tuesday July 26th. Help us override Governor Perdue’s Vetoes of bi partisan jobs bills

July 19, 2011 J

Rally: A Bright New Day for North Carolina Jobs
A Rally to Support Veto Overrides of Key Free Market Job Creation Bills
Tuesday July 26th
12:30 PM
In front of the General Assembly at 16 W. Jones Street, Raleigh, NC


I hope you will sign up today for an important jobs rally in front of the General Assembly building on Tuesday, July 26. We need to urge legislators in the State House to override the Governors' vetoes of bi-partisan, job-creation bills.

North Carolina needs a bright new day when it comes to North Carolina jobs. With near double digit unemployment, The North Carolina General Assembly with strong bi-partisan efforts passed key free market job creation bills. Unfortunately, Governor Perdue vetoed some of these key bills including:

• SB 781, Regulatory Reform Act:

Join us at Legislature on Wednesday to help override Governor’s vetoes

July 12, 2011 J

We urge you to join us tomorrow, Wednesday, July 13 at 11 am on the Halifax Mall behind the General Assembly to urge state senators to override Governor Perdue’s job-killing vetoes. We must make our voice heard!

This event is just one part of Americans for Prosperity’s efforts this week to override the governor’s job-killing vetoes of the bi-partisan Energy Jobs Act, Medical Malpractice Reform, and the Regulatory Act.

Mayor Pat McCrory has teamed up with AFP to override these vetoes by urging voters around the state to call their legislators. Listen to Pat McCrory’s message here.

These three pieces of legislation were designed to create jobs in North Carolina and yet the governor went around the will of the people AND the legislature and vetoed them just to please her friends on the left.

Urgent: Help Override Perdue’s Vetoes

July 11, 2011 J

Americans for Prosperity and Mayor Pat McCrory Team Up To Support Override of Governor Perdue’s Vetoes of The Energy Jobs Act, Medical Malpractice Reform and Regulatory Reform Act

Americans for Prosperity also urges activists to attend an event Wednesday at 11 A.M. at General Assembly

(Raleigh) Former Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory will be urging voters to contact their members of the General Assembly this week as part of Americans for Prosperity’s effort to override Governor Perdue’s job killing vetoes of the Energy Jobs Act, Medical Malpractice Reform and the Regulatory Reform Act.

“Governor Perdue cast a series of highly political vetoes of bi-partisan legislation designed to create jobs in North Carolina. With hundreds of thousands of North Carolina citizens out of work, Perdue vetoed job creating bills like the energy jobs act, the regulatory reform act, and medical malpractice reform,” said Pat McCrory.