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  • Rep. Robert Pittenger at contentious town hall meeting

    U.S. Representative Robert Pittenger speaks to a crowd of more than 250 people during a town hall meeting Thursday night at Providence High School. It was the last of nine town hall meetings for the Charlotte Republican before Congress returns to work next week. The town halls reflect the deep divisions in Mecklenburg County as well as liberal rancor towards President Donald Trump and a Republican congressman who has consistently supported him.

Rep. Robert Pittenger at contentious town hall meeting

U.S. Representative Robert Pittenger speaks to a crowd of more than 250 people during a town hall meeting Thursday night at Providence High School. It was the last of nine town hall meetings for the Charlotte Republican before Congress returns to work next week. The town halls reflect the deep divisions in Mecklenburg County as well as liberal rancor towards President Donald Trump and a Republican congressman who has consistently supported him.
Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com