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Tag Archives: Renee Ellmers
Jim Duncan has scored an endorsement from Jesse Helms in the North Carolina second congressional district race. Duncan is one of three Republicans challenging incumbent Renee Ellmers.
Press release: Continue reading
The media has been having a lot of fun with an old, unproven rumor that Rep. Renee Ellmers and Rep. Kevin McCarthy have been carrying on an extra-marital affair. What’s unfortunate to see is another North Carolina Republican jumping on … Continue reading
This is a repost of my weekly column at Da Tech Guy:
NC’s Rep. Ellmers Seeing Multiple Challengers – and For Good Reasons. Continue reading
Jim Duncan comes out swinging this week in NC-02, exposing Renee Ellmers “liberal” record.
This is a reposting of my Da Tech Guy column: GOP Primary Challengers Rise In Continue reading
Earlier this week, I was confused on what was really happening with Rep. Ellmers in NC-02 on the issue of H.R.36 – Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.
Some parties were saying Rep. Ellmers withdrawal of her sponsorship for the bill was a flip-flop or stab in the back.
Others said Rep. Ellmers is firmly pro-life and her withdrawal was a matter of disagreeing with language added to the 2015 version of H.R. 26. These folks would be correct. Continue reading