BURLINGTON, N.C. - A Democratic candidate running for North Carolina's house apologized on Tuesday for her drunken driving arrest over the weekend.
Patty Phillips was stopped around 2:30 a.m. Saturday morning in Burlington.
Police said she blew a
.15 percent in a breath test, which is almost twice the legal limit.
Phillips is running for District 63, which is made up of parts of Alamance County.
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