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    Just shared a liberty voting list with North Carolinians (targeted at voters). Of course, Greg Brannon is at the top of the list!

    https://www.facebook.com/candidates4...42341562618020

    Find liberty candidates to support:
    http://www.candidates4liberty.com



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    Sweet, thanks for this. I've had ALL KINDS of people sking my recommendations, and all I really know this year are the three races on MY primary ballot. I've been (finally!) taking it easy for 2014. This helps quite a lot.

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    Here is the text:

    Alright NORTH CAROLINA! It's time to vote in your primary. We have compiled up a list of liberty candidates and fellow travelers to vote for. Share far and wide. Spread the word. Email. Print and hand out. Do research. Get out and VOTE! Be an informed voter and ‪#‎Vote4Liberty‬
    LIBERTY CANDIDATES:
    US SENATE:
    Greg Brannon (running)
    http://gregbrannon.com
    US HOUSE:
    North Carolina 2nd:
    Frank Roche (running)
    http://frankrocheforcongress.com
    North Carolina 3rd:
    Walter Jones (incumbent)
    http://www.walterjonescommittee.com
    North Carolina 4th:
    Paul Wright For Congress (running)
    http://www.paulwrightforcongress.com
    North Carolina 5th:
    Philip Doyle for Congress (running)
    https://www.facebook.com/doyleforcongress
    North Carolina 6th:
    Don Webb for Congress (running)
    http://donwebbforcongress.com
    North Carolina 9th:
    Mike Steinberg (running)
    http://www.mikeforus.com
    North Carolina 10th:
    Richard Lynch for Congress (running)
    www.richardlynchforcongress.com
    North Carolina 12th:
    Vince Coakley for Congress (running)
    http://www.coakleyforcongress.com
    Leon Vote Threatt (running)
    http://www.votethreatt.com/
    STATE AND LOCAL:
    North Carolina State House 3rd:
    Michael Speciale For NC House (Incumbent)
    http://www.michaelspeciale.com/
    North Carolina State House 6th:
    Mattie Lawson Reclaiming the Dream 2014 (running)
    http://lawsonforhouse.com/
    North Carolina State House 15th:
    JJ Morton (running)
    http://electjimmorton.com/
    North Carolina State House 82nd:
    Larry Pittman for NC House (incumbent)
    http://www.electpittman.com/
    North Carolina State House 93rd:
    Jonathan Jordan (incumbent)
    http://www.jordan4nchouse.com/
    North Carolina State House 119th:
    Mike Clampitt (running)
    http://mikeclampitt.net/
    North Carolina State Senate 16th:
    Molotov Mitchell (running)
    http://nc2014.com
    North Carolina State Senate 38th:
    Richard Don't Forget, Vote Rivette for NC State Senate 38 (running)
    http://www.voterivette.biz/
    FELLOW TRAVELERS:
    US HOUSE:
    North Carolina 6th:
    Mark Walker4NC (running)-Fellow traveler
    http://walker4nc.com
    Mike Causey for Congress (running)-Fellow traveler
    http://www.causeyforcongress.com/
    STATE AND LOCAL:
    North Carolina State House 9th:
    Ashley Bleau for NC House (running)-Fellow traveler
    http://bleaufornchouse.com/
    North Carolina State House 26th:
    Dennis Nielson (running)-Fellow traveler
    http://www.votenielsen.com/
    North Carolina State Senate 15th:
    Apryl Major For NC Senate District 15 (running)-Fellow traveler
    http://www.majorforncsenate.com/
    North Carolina State Senate 22nd:
    Herman Joubert (running)-Fellow traveler
    http://www.joubert2014.com
    Quote Originally Posted by dannno View Post
    It's a balance between appeasing his supporters, appeasing the deep state and reaching his own goals.
    ~Resident Badgiraffe




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    Wow, good on North Carolina! Glad to see they have a long list.

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    Two things, you may have heard that Mark Walker's opponent is painting him as "Soft on Amnesty". That was a concern of mine early on but I'm not too worried about it now...one, Walker understands quite well how his district feels about that, and two, if he really was squishy on this issue, do you really think the Sheriff of Alamance County (the Joe Arpaio of NC) would have endorsed him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldsouljer View Post
    Two things, you may have heard that Mark Walker's opponent is painting him as "Soft on Amnesty". That was a concern of mine early on but I'm not too worried about it now...one, Walker understands quite well how his district feels about that, and two, if he really was squishy on this issue, do you really think the Sheriff of Alamance County (the Joe Arpaio of NC) would have endorsed him?
    Thrilled to see Walker win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GunnyFreedom View Post
    Thrilled to see Walker win.
    How good is he?
    Quote Originally Posted by dannno View Post
    It's a balance between appeasing his supporters, appeasing the deep state and reaching his own goals.
    ~Resident Badgiraffe




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    Quote Originally Posted by William Tell View Post
    How good is he?
    Hard for me to say since I've been buried in that whole "working desperately to survive" thing for the last 12 months, but the liberty and Constitutional Tea coalition around here seem to really like him, and I generally trust their judgement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by William Tell View Post
    How good is he?
    He would probably be an average candidate to us so he's already immediately better than every1 not in the liberty caucus






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