Josh Stein Continues “NC Strong” Tour In Brunswick, Cumberland, & Robeson Counties
On October 12, Attorney General and candidate for governor Josh Stein continued his “NC Strong” tour with visits to Bolivia, Fayetteville, and Pembroke. He held a community coffee conversation and continued to highlight issues that impact North Carolinians, including the need to support small businesses and crack down on fentanyl and other opioids that are killing young people across the state.
“North Carolina has a clear choice to make in this election, and I’m committed to doing everything I can to ensure a better and brighter future for everyone in this state,” said Josh Stein. “This week, I’ve been hearing from North Carolinians that they are ready to come together to tackle the issues facing our communities.”
Josh spent the morning with voters in Brunswick County to discuss their concerns and hopes for the future of the state.
Touring Pan, a new sandwich shop in Fayetteville, Josh spoke with Brian Graybill about his critical work supporting the local economy and his promise to support small business owners.
He finished the day with a stop in Lumberton to meet with local leaders combating the opioid crisis and discuss their shared commitment to providing North Carolinians the treatment and recovery services they need.
Josh launched his “NC Strong” tour nearly one year out from Election Day to reach voters across the state and share his vision for a safer, stronger North Carolina. Throughout the tour, he’ll hear from North Carolinians about the issues that matter to them, including lowering costs and increasing economic stability for middle class families, investing in public schools and workforce training programs, and building safe communities.