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Moral Monday Movement Vows to Defend Victory Over Right-Wing Governor

Vowing mass civil disobedience if North Carolina's Republican governor attempts to thwart the will of the people and "steal this election," hundreds gathered in a candlelight vigil outside the North Carolina Capitol building Monday evening.

Governor Pat McCrory, who lost in the November election to Attorney General Roy Cooper by roughly 9,700 votes but has refused to concede, has been the subject of demonstrations throughout his tenure.  Read more.

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