Mark Meadows Opponent Apparently Needs a Map

RALEIGH – General election activity is picking up. Fundraisers are slowly turning into ‘Meet & Greets’ and town hall events. One of those ‘Meet & Greet’ events has been scheduled by Rep. Mark Meadows Democratic opponent in North Carolina’s 11th congressional district, Phillip Price.

The only problem is Price seems to have forgotten where the 11th district is. The 11th district is in the western most portion of the Old North State. Price is holding his event in Chapel Hill, which is the 4th district, and far, far away from the 11th.

“No one residing within a reasonable driving distance of the Sheraton Chapel Hill can legally vote for Phillip Price. They would likely be Democrat congressman David Price’s constituents. Perhaps Phillip is hoping those wacky Orange County libs will be confused by the last names and think they are donating to David.

Also, having an event from 1030-1200 on a Sunday indicates he’s not targeting the church-going crowd.”

Price may just be going to where his base is in order to raise money. Recent protests have shown that there are plenty of crazy leftists residing in the Chapel Hill area. Still, shaking hands in the land of liberal know-alls won’t win him any votes in Appalachia.

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