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By Jim Morrill


April 06, 2018 12:51 PM

Updated April 07, 2018 06:27 PM

Until this week, the Democratic primary in the 9th Congressional District had been a low-key affair, lacking the blistering fireworks of the Republican contest.

That ended with a flurry of unusually personal attacks by one candidate.

Christian Cano took aim at rival Dan McCready when the two met at a Thursday night forum sponsored by the Black Political Caucus.

Cano called McCready "privileged and elitist" and accused the former Marine combat veteran of "cowardice" for not speaking up on issues.

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Ninth Congressional district candidate Christian Cano added to the tension with his opponent Dan McCready on Thursday, April 5, 2018 when he restated his earlier statements attacking McCready following the Charlottesville, Va. tragedy. Jeff Siner

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"I expected lies and attacks in the Republican primary and the general election," McCready responded. "I did not expect it from a fellow Democrat. The problem in our country today is folks like yourself, Mr. Cano, who are dividing our country."

Replied Cano: "I consider him a Republican, so I don't consider it running against another Democrat."

The exchange came as the Democrats vie for the seat held by Republican Rep. Robert Pittenger in the district that stretches from southeast Charlotte to Fayetteville.

The 9th is one of at least two Republican-held districts in North Carolina that Democrats believe they can flip. On Friday, the Cook Political Report became the latest ratings agency to label the district as leaning, not "likely Republican," a move in Democrats' favor. Nationally Democrats need to net 24 seats to win a House majority.

Both Pittenger and primary opponent Mark Harris, a former Charlotte pastor who lost the 2016 primary by 134 votes, have traded attacks in TV ads, with both accusing the other of lying. Clarence Goins of Cumberland County also is in the race.

The heated GOP primary has virtually obscured the contest between the two Charlotte Democrats.

The 34-year-old McCready, who co-owns a solar energy business, has attracted national attention for his fundraising and a resume that has drawn comparisons to that of Pennsylvania Democrat Conor Lamb, a former Marine who last month won a special election in a heavily Republican district.


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