Is North Carolina Do or Die for Social Conservatives? (VIDEO)

Frank Cannon is president of the American Principles Project and a respected conservative political strategist with over 30 years of experience.

… I think that it’s always the case when there is one governor [Pat McCrory] willing to take on a policy that elites — and by elites, they’re almost exclusively liberal elites when they come to the media and academia, but also the funders, the conservative elites look at a race and say, ‘that’s an issue we don’t want to touch.’

McCrory has to either prove it’s an asset or it’s a liability. If he loses, regardless of what other issues are at play in North Carolina, it’ll be decided that his race was a loss because of his support of House Bill 2 in North Carolina and pushing back against the transgender movement. If he wins, and it’s able to be shown that this was a part of his win, it doesn’t mean that this will move forward; it means it’s still possible for it to move forward…