Romney campaign holding debate watching party at Asheville HQ

From the Republican National Committee:

Raleigh, NC – On Wednesday, North Carolinians will host families and friends at their homes and Romney Victory centers across North Carolina to watch Governor Mitt Romney debate President Obama.

This election is a choice between two very different visions for our nation’s future – and that choice will be on full display at the debate this Wednesday. Barack Obama doesn’t have a record to run on or a plan for the future. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are offering exactly what our nation needs – real reforms for a real recovery. Whether we’re talking about jobs, health care, debt, taxes, or foreign policy, the choice this election is clear. Under President Obama, we will have four more years of the last four years, with a stagnant economy that fosters government dependency and a foreign policy that makes the world less safe. When Mitt Romney is president, our nation will have pro-growth policies that foster upward mobility – and lift people out of poverty – and we will ensure peace through American leadership and strength.

The Romney campaign will host 22 watch parties across the state of North Carolina. The following are open to press:

Wednesday, October 3, 2012:

Event: Charlotte Debate Watch Party

Location: Dilworth Grille
911 East Morehead Street
Charlotte, NC

Time: 8:30 PM


Event: Raleigh Debate Watch Party

Location: Natty Greene’s
505 West Jones Street
Raleigh, NC

Time: 8:30 PM


Event: Greensboro Debate Watch Party and Phone Bank

Location: Greensboro Victory Office
3950 West Market Street
Greensboro, NC

Time: 8:30 PM


Event: Asheville Debate Watch Party and Phone Bank

Location: Asheville Victory Office
16-I Regent Park Boulevard
Asheville, NC

Time: 8:30 PM


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