The coastal communities have been sponging off the rest of the state, according to Republican Insurance Commissioner candidate Richard Morgan.   Morgan says that the nice folks in Raleigh and Charlotte have been subsidizing our insurance premiums.  According to his Facebook page, Richard Morgan believes,

“It’s not right for the state to require homeowners in Raleigh, Charlotte and across North Carolina to pay higher insurance premiums so people who own at risk beach front property pay less”

View the full Facebook post here.

If you want to know more about the man who wants your vote on July 17th for the Republican nomination for Insurance Commissioner, I suggest you read this post at the Daily Haymaker.  You’ll see that Richard Morgan is not a conservative.  You’ll see that Richard Morgan is a political opportunist who wants desperately to be in public office and will run for any seat that looks winnable.  You’ll see that Richard Morgan is a certified RINO whose only qualification for this office is his voter registration.

If you want an Insurance Commissioner who will pit the coast against the rest of the state, vote for RINO Richard Morgan on July 17th.  If you think we are not paying enough for insurance on the coast, vote for RINO Richard Morgan on July 17th.  If you think we are not subsidizing the rest of the state but rather that they are subsidizing us, vote for RINO Richard Morgan on July 17th.  If you want a  power-hungry, unqualified, Jim Black crony as Insurance Commissioner, vote for RINO Richard Morgan on July 17th.

If you want a true conservative that understands the insurance problem in North Carolina, then vote for Republican Mike Causey on July 17th.  Mike Causey started his campaign here in Dare County on the steps of the Justice Center in Manteo.  Mike Causey has 30 years experience in the insurance industry and recognizes that the problem is not that the coastal communities are not paying their fair share.  The problem is our monopolistic system and the corrupt bureaucrats who operate it.

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