RGA Launches Digital Ad Buy In North Carolina: 30 Years of Roy Cooper

WASHINGTON D.C. – The Republican Governors Association today announced the launch of a new digital ad buy in North Carolina, focusing on career politician Roy Cooper’s 30 years in elected office in Raleigh.

This six-figure ad buy will target key voting groups in the state, highlighting Cooper’s out-of-touch record of supporting liberal, job-killing policies that would take North Carolina backwards.

The digital campaign will be housed at www.30yearsofCooper.com and grow to include more news, research, and video on Roy Cooper’s 30-year record as a career politician in Raleigh.

“Roy Cooper’s long support for out-of-touch, job-killing policies put North Carolina at a disadvantage for decades,” said RGA Communications Director Jon Thompson. “Cooper built his resume as a career politician who has been in elected office in Raleigh for 30 years. Instead of being a part of the Carolina Comeback, Cooper has done everything he can to oppose it. Fortunately for North Carolinians, he has failed.”