Dem Governor Candidate Begs Biden For Campaign Assistance

North Carolina’s Attorney General Josh Stein (D), a candidate for governor, expressed his enthusiasm for the prospect of President Biden running for office in the battleground state.

On State of the Union, CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Stein if he would like Biden to campaign on his behalf in North Carolina, a swing state that Democrats are aiming to reclaim in 2024 after losing it in 2020.

Stein said “yes” and that he supported him and believed Biden would win in North Carolina.  He believes Biden is the Democrats’ greatest hope.

Stein claimed he could provide a compelling case for himself to be elected governor of North Carolina.

On Super Tuesday, Stein secured the nomination of the Democrats for the North Carolina governor’s race. After his tenure in the state Senate, he served as attorney general from 2017 to 2018. Stein has the endorsement of current North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper (D).

In North Carolina, former president Trump has a lead of 10% against Biden, according to the average polling by The Hill/Decision Desk HQ.

On Super Tuesday, North Carolina’s lieutenant governor, Mark Robinson, won the Republican primary for governor.

In November, Robinson will run against Stein for the position of governor, succeeding Democrat Gov. Roy Cooper, who is resigning from office due to term limits.

With Republicans currently holding both houses of North Carolina’s legislature, a win for Robinson in November would give them a three-peat in the Tar Heel State. Republicans would also have the chance to implement conservative policies such as pro-life and anti-grooming initiatives.

The crowd cheered as Robinson firmly supported the 2024 presidential candidacy of former president Donald Trump at last year’s Road to Majority Policy conference hosted by the Faith and Freedom Coalition.

In early March, North Carolina Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson formally got the support of former President Donald Trump.

Trump praised Robinson as a wonderful orator and an extraordinary person. Trump noted that Robinson became famous after his 2018 speech in Greensboro, North Carolina, in favor of police and gun rights went viral.