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The Rev. Mark Harris, who lost the 2016 Republican primary in the 9th Congressional District by 144 votes, won a rematch Tuesday with three-term incumbent Rep. Robert Pittenger
The Rev. Mark Harris, who lost the 2016 Republican primary in the 9th Congressional District by 144 votes, won a rematch Tuesday with three-term incumbent Rep. Robert Pittenger
 
The Rev. Mark Harris and U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger sit in the same choir, singing the praises of President Donald Trump
The Rev. Mark Harris and U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger sit in the same choir, singing the praises of President Donald Trump
 
A guy named George Rouco is turning heads and being heralded as a “primary challenger” to incumbent Charlotte-area congressman Robert Pittenger (R).
A guy named George Rouco is turning heads and being heralded as a “primary challenger” to incumbent Charlotte-area congressman Robert Pittenger (R).
 
Heritage Action has updated their conservatism rankings for the current session of Congress.
 
First-term U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger faces a challenge from Michael Steinberg in the Republican primary for the 9th Congressional District.
First-term U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger faces a challenge from Michael Steinberg in the Republican primary for the 9th Congressional District.
 
Early voting is underway. We've got a GOP leadership in Washington looking to sell us out on amnesty and ObamaCare.
Early voting is underway. We've got a GOP leadership in Washington looking to sell us out on amnesty and ObamaCare.
 
You would have thought that THIS VIDEO would have taught EVERY politician out there a very important lesson. Robert Pittenger is apparently a very slow learner.
You would have thought that THIS VIDEO would have taught EVERY politician out there a very important lesson. Robert Pittenger is apparently a very slow learner.
 
As we approach the 2014 vote, the PR stunts, dirty tricksters, and other political slimeballs will start oozing out of the woodwork.
As we approach the 2014 vote, the PR stunts, dirty tricksters, and other political slimeballs will start oozing out of the woodwork.
 
It is a shame that the Republicans did not have the intestinal fortitude to stay the course, and the result is that you (Republicans) will be blamed for the shut down.
It is a shame that the Republicans did not have the intestinal fortitude to stay the course, and the result is that you (Republicans) will be blamed for the shut down.
 
The GOP-dominated House passed a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the cash flowing to the federal government while, reportedly, defunding ObamaCare. And Republicans were ready to crow.
The GOP-dominated House passed a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the cash flowing to the federal government while, reportedly, defunding ObamaCare. And Republicans were ready to crow.
 
There’s a great piece over at Forbes talking about how The White House is considering expanding the subsidies in ObamaCare to include not just the uninsured but ALSO UNION MEMBERS.
There’s a great piece over at Forbes talking about how The White House is considering expanding the subsidies in ObamaCare to include not just the uninsured but ALSO UNION MEMBERS.
 
An ancient Chinese philosopher once said: "If you can't dazzle 'em with brilliance, baffle 'em with bullshit."
An ancient Chinese philosopher once said: "If you can't dazzle 'em with brilliance, baffle 'em with bullshit."
 
That's the money quote straight from Congressman Bob Pittenger's big mouth during his do-over town hall in Matthews last night. Not much better than the first go around.
That's the money quote straight from Congressman Bob Pittenger's big mouth during his do-over town hall in Matthews last night. Not much better than the first go around.
 
Apparently, Bob Pittenger wants a do-over. The Charlotte area congressman didn't handle his last attempt at a town hall meeting very well. He ended up putting himself in the crosshairs of the Tea Party - and most North Carolinians - on the issue of ObamaCare.
Apparently, Bob Pittenger wants a do-over. The Charlotte area congressman didn't handle his last attempt at a town hall meeting very well. He ended up putting himself in the crosshairs of the Tea Party - and most North Carolinians - on the issue of ObamaCare.
 
Republican Congressman Robert Pittenger, home for the summer recess, has been holding Town Hall Meetings in his district. In a recent one, a Tea Partier rose to ask Pittenger what he described as an easy question, requesting a simple yes or no answer.
Republican Congressman Robert Pittenger, home for the summer recess, has been holding Town Hall Meetings in his district. In a recent one, a Tea Partier rose to ask Pittenger what he described as an easy question, requesting a simple yes or no answer.
 
    Publisher's note: Brant Clifton watches well ObamaCare, and its infinite ramifications, in his "bare knuckles" Conservative online publication known as The Daily Haymaker.
    Publisher's note: Brant Clifton watches well ObamaCare, and its infinite ramifications, in his "bare knuckles" Conservative online publication known as The Daily Haymaker.
 
While Republican Robert Pittenger invokes a need to return to the principles of Ronald Reagan, and Democrat Jennifer Roberts implores voters to remember she works in a bipartisan manner, the campaign cash gap between them grows.
While Republican Robert Pittenger invokes a need to return to the principles of Ronald Reagan, and Democrat Jennifer Roberts implores voters to remember she works in a bipartisan manner, the campaign cash gap between them grows.
 
They are heralding solutions to education woes, an anemic economy, joblessness and illegal immigration, but Republican congressional and lieutenant governor candidates in North Carolina's July 17 runoff elections lament that their messages will not spark much voter turnout.
They are heralding solutions to education woes, an anemic economy, joblessness and illegal immigration, but Republican congressional and lieutenant governor candidates in North Carolina's July 17 runoff elections lament that their messages will not spark much voter turnout.
 
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