(WGHP) — You can’t stop a natural disaster like Hurricane Ian. All you can do is prepare as best you can and clean up the mess afterward. But what do you do when disaster keeps striking the same places? What is the best way to help people in flood-prone areas, while making sure you’re spending state and federal money wisely?
Hear from both sides of the aisle in “Swing State,” FOX8’s North Carolina political program, with Mark Walker and special guest Nancy Vaughan.
Mark was your Republican congressman for six years in the U.S. House of Representatives. Nancy Vaughan was recently elected to serve her third time as mayor of the City of Greensboro.
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Our two hosts have different politics and beliefs, and, on “Swing State,” they come together to hash out the issues of the day from both sides of the aisle.
Watch the full Oct. 2 episode in the video player above and catch “Swing State” at 11 p.m. EST on Sundays, only on FOX8.