So, I came across something recently over at OpenSecrets. It's the North Carolina races data for the upcoming election, and what I found interesting is that Taylor Griffin, who is Walter Jones's opponent, is ranked 5th highest for contributions to his campaign from out-of-state. Here is the data:

Top Recipients of Out-of-State Contributions

Burr, Richard (R) $1,529,165
McHenry, Patrick (R) $322,200
Foxx, Virginia (R) $157,950
Tillis, Thom (R) $109,148
Griffin, Taylor (R) $83,900
Holding, George (R) $62,800
Meadows, Mark R (R) $53,435
Rouzer, David (R) $49,371
Ellmers, Renee (R) $47,360
Butterfield, G K (D) $38,600
Note that that makes up nearly 71.5% of his total overall contributions to this point, which I guess isn't much of a surprise, but then again, this is the guy who thinks he knows what makes up a "representative government":

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr"><a href="https://twitter.com/charlesmay54">@charlesmay54</a> That's what representative government is all about.</p>&mdash; Taylor Griffin (@tgriffinnc) <a href="https://twitter.com/tgriffinnc/status/677519142539366400">December 17, 2015</a></blockquote>
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Just thought I'd point this out.