McCrory Agrees to First 2022 Televised U.S. Senate Debate

Will Share Stage With Other Candidates At John Locke Foundation Event

Charlotte ­– U.S. Senate candidate Pat McCrory (R-NC) today announced that he has accepted an invitation to the first televised debate in the race for North Carolina’s open U.S. Senate seat. The John Locke Foundation, which will broadcast the debate on statewide television, will host the event following the 2022 Carolina Liberty Conference in Raleigh on Saturday, February 26.

“I look forward to appearing with Congressmen Ted Budd and Mark Walker as we discuss and debate the challenges facing this country and how to address them, and want to thank the John Locke Foundation for organizing the first debate in front of the voters,” said Gov. Pat McCrory. “As Governor, I led the Carolina Comeback, deployed the National Guard when rioters tried to take over Charlotte, and balanced our budgets to deliver a $450 million surplus. I look forward to sharing this record of accomplishment with the voters on the debate stage in a few short weeks.”

Debate Details:

WHO: Gov. Pat McCrory and other Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate

WHAT: John Locke Foundation US Senate Debate
WHERE: Crabtree Marriott, 4500 Marriott Dr, Raleigh, NC 27612

WHEN: Saturday, February 26 following the conclusion of the 2022 Carolina Liberty Conference