Leaked memos collected during a large hack of the Democratic Congressinal Compaign Committee revealed how national party leaders viewed Democratic primaries and incumbents in North Carolina. Much of the discussion was about U.S. Rep. Alma Adams’ reelection contest to a redrawn 12th Congressional District that now encompasses almost all of Mecklenburg County.
Leaked memos collected during a large hack of the Democratic Congressinal Compaign Committee revealed how national party leaders viewed Democratic primaries and incumbents in North Carolina. Much of the discussion was about U.S. Rep. Alma Adams’ reelection contest to a redrawn 12th Congressional District that now encompasses almost all of Mecklenburg County. Jeff Siner Charlotte Observer
Leaked memos collected during a large hack of the Democratic Congressinal Compaign Committee revealed how national party leaders viewed Democratic primaries and incumbents in North Carolina. Much of the discussion was about U.S. Rep. Alma Adams’ reelection contest to a redrawn 12th Congressional District that now encompasses almost all of Mecklenburg County. Jeff Siner Charlotte Observer

Leaked Democratic memos show unfair treatment, says NC candidate for Congress

December 14, 2016 02:09 PM

UPDATED December 14, 2016 06:21 PM

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