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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - North Carolina was introduced to the world by two of its heaviest political hitters Tuesday evening.
N.C. Gov. Bev Perdue introduced delegates at the Democratic National Convention to the Tar Heel State by saying it was a leading progressive state in the south.
Perdue, a lameduck Democrat, was quick to turn to politics and the mission at hand for delegates.
"We are here today to reelect Barack Obama President of the United States," Perdue said, pumping up chants of 'four more years!'
Perdue announced earlier this year she would not seek reelection for a second term because of continually low polls numbers. She says she plans to remain active fighting for education in N.C.
Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx called the Queen City a hub of energy and commerce and lauded the progressivism Charlotte had in the Civil Rights Movement.
"Nearly half a century ago, when cities throughout the South struggled to desegregate schools, Charlotteans came together," Foxx said. "No wall is too high or too strong to be broken down, if we do it together."
Foxx, a graduate of West Charlotte High School and Davidson College, also shared his history with delegates and how his values are shared with the President.
"When this convention ends on Thursday night, our work does not," Foxx said. "We will come together as we have so many times before."