RGA Releases New Video Touting Dan Forest’s Unity-Driven Plan For North Carolina

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Republican Governors Association (RGA) today released a new video highlighting Lt. Governor Dan Forest’s inspirational, future-focused campaign in the North Carolina governor’s race.

The video, titled “Unity, Opportunity, Possibility” highlights the three guiding principles of Forest’s campaign and how he plans to put those principles into action as governor. In clips from his recent speech at the virtual North Carolina Republican Convention, Forest details his history of rising to challenges and breaking down barriers, and how he plans to bring that skill set to improve education, grow the economy, create good jobs, and uphold North Carolina values as governor.

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“We are going to lift people up and unite them around North Carolina values – things like hard work, personal responsibility, family values, faith, human dignity, and the valuing of all life,” says Forest in the video. “When we are united and not divided, I believe that there is no limit to what we can accomplish in our great state.”

As governor, Forest pledges to restore the state’s economy and restore hope to families and communities that have experienced hardships as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. He envisions a North Carolina that prioritizes equal opportunity over big government control to protect lives and livelihoods at the same time.

“With Dan Forest as governor, North Carolina will have the opportunity to reach soaring new heights. Dan Forest has a specific, transparent plan to guide the state through this turbulent time and place North Carolina workers and small businesses on the road to greater possibility and prosperity,” said RGA Communications Director Amelia Chassé Alcivar. “Voters have had enough of Democrats’ dysfunction and dismissiveness of the challenges facing working families, and Dan Forest has the vision and the experience to unite all North Carolinians around their shared values.”