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I had the opportunity for an audience with Charlotte pastor — and US Senate candidate — Mark Harris on Saturday. (I do have to commend him for not running away in terror after I introduced myself. For some reason, I scare some political candidates.)
I had the opportunity for an audience with Charlotte pastor — and US Senate candidate — Mark Harris on Saturday. (I do have to commend him for not running away in terror after I introduced myself. For some reason, I scare some political candidates.)
 
There's been quite a bit of suspicion for some time that Charlotte pastor Mark Harris' Senate campaign was merely a stalking horse to peel Tea Party votes away from Greg Brannon.
There's been quite a bit of suspicion for some time that Charlotte pastor Mark Harris' Senate campaign was merely a stalking horse to peel Tea Party votes away from Greg Brannon.
 
State House Speaker  -  and US Senate candidate  -  Thom Tillis has been quite talkative lately via email. He's tackled taxes and immigration, and has now moved on to the topic of Richard Morgan & Jim Black.
State House Speaker  -  and US Senate candidate  -  Thom Tillis has been quite talkative lately via email. He's tackled taxes and immigration, and has now moved on to the topic of Richard Morgan & Jim Black.
 
Until now, it's been easy to draw comparisons between the 2014 US Senate GOP primary in North Carolina and the 2010 Kentucky GOP Senate primary, featuring a doctor - and political novice - and a seasoned, well-funded state government official.
Until now, it's been easy to draw comparisons between the 2014 US Senate GOP primary in North Carolina and the 2010 Kentucky GOP Senate primary, featuring a doctor - and political novice - and a seasoned, well-funded state government official.
 
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