Nearly a month after the election, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory on Monday conceded to Democratic Attorney General Roy Cooper in the state's gubernatorial race.

McCrory delivered his remarks in a 2-minute video.

“Despite continued questions that should be answered regarding the voting process, I personally believe that the majority of our citizens have spoken,” McCrory said. “We now should do everything we can to support the 75th governor of North Carolina, Roy Cooper.”

Last week, the North Carolina Board of Elections announced that Cooper's lead over McCrory had grown to more than 10,000 votes, exceeding the threshold that would prompt a mandatory recount.

During the campaign, McCrory routinely defended signing House Bill 2, the nation's only state law that prohibits transgender people from using the bathroom of their choice. HB 2 also blocks cities and municipalities from enacting LGBT protections.

Cooper, on the other hand, pledged to repeal the law.

However, Cooper might have a difficult time delivering on that promise with overwhelming majorities of Republicans in both houses.