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Greg Brannon is a Teaparty "Patriots"-endorsed candidate running for Congress in North Carolina.
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Husband, Father of 7, Physician to 20,000 & NC’s Constitutional Conservative Candidate for U.S. Senate. Endorsed by @SenRandPaul & @SenMikeLee. #ncsen
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