Bill Brawley talks to a supporter as photographers for local media organizations click away.

They are billing it as “100 days that will change North Carolina.” On November 2, we’ll know if they are right. Today was the latest stop on the Republican tour of North Carolina to raise support for N.C. House and Senate candidates. NCGOP Chairman Tom Fetzer, House Whip Thom Tillis, Sen. Bob Rucho and local candidates Bill Brawley (NC House 103) and Tommy Tucker (NC Senate 35) mingled with supporters at Jimmie’s Restaurant for lunch. Also in attendance were Mint Hill Commissioner Lloyd Austin, who lost to Brawley in the primary, and Mayor Ted Biggers who said he was there to welcome the GOP officials to Mint Hill.