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Cal Cunningham Continues To Engage With North Carolinians In Final Stretch, As Voter Turnout Continues To Break Records

In Virtual Events Sunday & Monday, Cal Discussed Importance Of Health Care, Encouraged NC To Get Out The Vote

RALEIGH, NC – Election Day is two weeks away and nearly two million North Carolinians have already made their voices heard in the 2020 election, a record-breaking voter turnout already. As voters continue to make their voices heard at the polls, Cal Cunningham continues to meet with North Carolinians throughout the state discussing the most important issues affecting them and meeting with groups to help get out the vote. 

Here’s a recap from Sunday and Monday: 

On Sunday, Cal met with the National Association of Letter Carriers and the Black Political Caucus of Charlotte-Mecklenburg.

On Monday, Cal spoke on a virtual press call with Protect Our Care, joined by  Attorney General Josh Stein, Congressman G.K. Butterfield, Congressional Candidate Pat Timmons-Goodson, and North Carolina Treasurer Candidate Ronnie Chatterji. 

Stacy Staggs, a North Carolina mother of twins with complex medical needs, also joined the call to discuss her testimony last week in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee about how the Affordable Care Act’s protections for pre-existing conditions has been a lifeline for her  daughters. Stacy said of Tillis: “He was an empty chair, just like he has been for the entire six year term.”

Watch Stacy’s story here: 

On Monday night, Cal joined the Mecklenburg County Precinct. 

Cal also joined the Pitt County Falkland Precinct Meeting. 

Cal will continue to meet with North Carolinians and hear what issues are top of mind for them as part of his commitment to listen first and represent all the voices of North Carolina in Washington.