RALEIGH: Yesterday, candidate for U.S. Senate Cheri Beasley visited polling sites in Davidson and Rowan Counties, and held a community conversation in Mecklenburg County.
In Rowan County, the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare offered their formal endorsement of Cheri’s candidacy. Meanwhile, Congressman Ted Budd campaigned with Senator Rick Scott whose plan to gut Social Security and Medicare Congressman Budd previously endorsed.
“In the final days of the election, I am committed to engaging with voters across the state and earning the votes of North Carolinians. This election is about the people of North Carolina, and they deserve someone in the Senate who will fight to lower costs and ensure our seniors can retire with dignity – and I’m the only candidate who will do that,” said Cheri Beasley.
North Carolinians can vote early through November 5. Election Day is November 8. Cheri launched her “For the People” Get Out the Vote Tour in the final weeks of the campaign to reach voters across the state and encourage people to vote. She is continuing to meet with small business owners, hold community conversations on issues that matter to North Carolinians like lowering costs, supporting North Carolina’s farmers, and creating a Made-in-America economy, tour vocational and training facilities, and visit North Carolina companies.