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The Hill: North Carolina Senate hopeful Beasley calls out Democrats, Republicans in new ad

Beasley: “Special interests have too much power and neither political party is getting it right.”

RALEIGH: Today, The Hill reported on candidate for U.S. Senate Cheri Beasley’s commitment to holding Washington accountable and standing up to special interests in her new statewide television ad “Sense.” As The Hill noted, Beasley “is calling out both parties” for giving corporate special interests too much power in Washington. 

The Hill noted that Beasley has a “track record of winning statewide in North Carolina” and that North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race could “determine control of the upper chamber next year.

Read the highlights below:

The Hill: North Carolina Senate hopeful Beasley calls out Democrats, Republicans in new ad
By Max Greenwood
July 7, 2022

Cheri Beasley, the Democratic Senate nominee in North Carolina, is calling out both parties in a new ad.

“It’s time for something different – for someone who calls it like they see it,” Beasley, a former North Carolina Supreme Court chief justice, says in the 30-second spot. 

“That’s what I did as a judge when I held dangerous offenders accountable. And in the Senate, I’ll hold Washington accountable too, because the special interests have too much power and neither political party is getting it right.”

The ad, which was shared first with The Hill, is set to begin airing statewide on Thursday.

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Beasley clinched the Democratic Senate nomination in May with little primary opposition. She’s set to face Rep. Ted Budd (R-N.C.) in the November general election in one of a handful of Senate races that could help determine control of the upper chamber next year.

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