In this hour, JD breaks down the NC Senate race between, Ted Budd, Pat McCrory and Mark Walker.
Former NC Congressman Mark Walker discusses the final days of his campaign for US Senate and the importance of articulating an argument for conservatism. Plus, the races and candidates NC voters will decide during the ongoing primary election.
Mark Walker says he rejected multiple offers from Rep. Ted Budd to drop out of the NC race for US Senate, in exchange for an appearance on the rally stage with former President Donald Trump over the weekend. Also, do you think Budd should just avoid debates for the rest of the primary?
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about former US Congressman Mark Walker staying in the US Senate race. Pete also talks about President Joe Biden bringing yet another pet into the White House.
Former NC Governor and WBT Radio Host Pat McCrory joins Pete to talk about a possible announcement Thursday by one of his opponents, Mark Walker, possibly dropping out of the US Senate race for North Carolina to throw his hat into a Congressional seat campaign.
Former House of Representatives member Mark Walker joins Pete to talk about his decision before the Christmas holiday to stay in the US Senate race, and gives his opinion on Joe Biden's federal vaccine mandate dying in the Supreme Court.
In the second hour of the show, Vince talks about Mark Walker's rumored exit from the NC Senate race to reportedly run for the 7th District House Seat - with the endorsement of Donald Trump.
Former NC Congressman and one of three current GOP candidates for U.S. Senate in NC Mark Walker joins Bo Thompson with reaction to Glenn Youngkin’s victory over Terry McAuliffe in the race for Virginia governor.
In Hour 2 of the program, Pete talks about the criticism Lt. Governor Mark Robinson and Senate candidate Mark Walker have taken for their relationships with the Church. Becki Gray of the Charlotte Journal joins for her weekly chat to talk about the NC legislature.
The battle to fill Richard Burr's soon-to-be vacated seat has well-known politicians like Walker, along with outsiders such as Lara Trump dropping their names in the hat as the Republicans try to regain the majority back in the chamber they lost in November's election cycle.