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Greg Brannon, U.S. Senate candidate
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North Caroline House Speaker Thom Tillis in December 2012.
Posted: Thursday, March 20, 2014 7:12 pm
Posted on Mar 20, 2014
GREENSBORO — It took a while, but as the GOP primary for U.S. Senate enters its final weeks, the top two Republicans competing for the chance to oust Sen. Kay Hagan are showing their teeth.
It took a while, but the top two Republicans competing for the chance to oust U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan are showing their teeth as the May 6 GOP primary election draws near.
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The initial version of this article mischaracterized the University of Maryland University College as independent of the University of Maryland system. Though the college is independent of the University of Maryland at College Park, of which it was once part, it maintains its connection the University System of Maryland.
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