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Not long ago, North Carolina's governor, Pat McCrory, signed an important common-sense law stopping men from gaining access to intimate facilities like restrooms and showers that are reserved for girls and women. We strongly applaud Governor McCrory‘s leadership, but the left has gone crazy — targeting him for defeat with hateful, orchestrated attacks.

Governor McCrory's opponent, state Attorney General Roy Cooper, has come out in favor of allowing men into women's restrooms, and he's raising millions from LGBT extremists.

What Roy Cooper isn't telling voters is that he's siding with convicted sex offenders like Chad Sevearance-Turner who helped lead the campaign in Charlotte to open female restrooms and showers to men like him.

We've got to stop Roy Cooper and those that are backing his dangerous bathroom policy.

That's why NOM has co-sponsored this powerful new TV ad with our friends and allies at the NC Values Coalition. Please watch it now and contribute anything you can to get this powerful ad in front of as many North Carolina voters as possible.

Please help us make sure that voters across North Carolina see this powerful new ad by making an immediate financial contribution of $25, $50, $75, $100, $250 or even $500 or more.

Help voters see this powerful ad

We've got to make sure that voters realize that Roy Cooper is siding with convicted sex offenders against the privacy and safety of girls and women in North Carolina. That's why we're pouring every available dollar into this advertising campaign.

But we're way short of what we need to raise, which is why I am turning to you. Please, if there's any way that you can make an emergency contribution to get this ad on the air, it could make a tremendous difference.

The outcome of this race goes way beyond the borders of North Carolina. If Roy Cooper defeats Governor Pat McCrory, the media and LGBT extremists will spin it such that few other elected officials will want to take on the LGBT lobby and their allies in corporate America, Hollywood and big-time sports.

However, if Gov. McCrory defeats Roy Cooper, it will send a message to officials all over the country that standing for the truth of marriage and gender are winning issues, ones they can be confident the people support.

The stakes are extremely high. Please make a generous contribution of $25, $50, $75, $100, $250 or $500 or more to make sure this powerful advertisement is seen by voters across North Carolina.

Faithfully,

Brian S Brown


PS — We don't have the millions that our opponents do, but we know North Carolina and have won major campaigns there before. I served on the executive committee of the successful statewide campaign to amend the state constitution to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman. We won by over 62 percent. We need your help again. Now. Let's get this ad out together.


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