I pledge to run a clean campaign, and I invite my primary opponents to join me.

Today I signed a Clean Campaign Pledge, and I asked all the Democratic candidates in the race to join me. I think voters are tired of mudslinging and attack ads. While I don’t believe my opponents in this race would participate in such despicable tactics, the Clean Campaign Pledge gives all of us an opportunity to promise that we will talk about the issues.

To read the entire Clean Campaign Pledge, click here. Below is an excerpt from the pledge:

As Democratic primary candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives in North Carolina’s 10th Congressional District, we hereby agree that the people of this district deserve a positive campaign. They deserve a campaign on the issues most important to them – not one full of cheap, divisive attacks.

We anticipate that all of the candidates will sign the pledge and provide a Congressional campaign that we can all be proud of.

Comments

Thanks for posting this

Good luck. I'm pulling for you.

James

PS I guess it's asking too much to invite Republicans to sign something like this. They'd have to abandon Thom Tillis' divide and conquer strategy. Ah well.

Thanks!

Thanks so much, James. I appreciate your support!

Rep. Patsy Keever, NC District 115
Candidate for Congress in 10th Congressional District
www.keeverforcongress.com

As long as you're here

As long as you're here, can I ask where you stand on the issue of marriage equality?

Marriage equality

I support marriage equality and oppose Amendment One.

Rep. Patsy Keever, NC District 115
Candidate for Congress in 10th Congressional District
www.keeverforcongress.com

Timothy Murphy signs Clean Campaign Pledge

Yesterday Timothy Murphy joined me is signing the Clean Campaign Pledge. Now two of the three candidates in the race for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 10th Congressional District have signed the pledge.

Rep. Patsy Keever, NC District 115
Candidate for Congress in 10th Congressional District
www.keeverforcongress.com