I’ve talked about Dr. Greg Brannon on RedState before. He is a pro-life obstetrician running for Senate in North Carolina. He is a rock-solid constitutional conservative in the mold of Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, and Mike Lee, and you can read his full positions on issues on his website: http://gregbrannon.com/
Here is an example of his speaking skills:
Secondhand sources are informing me that some large conservative organizations are willing to jump into the race on Brannon’s behalf if he shows he can raise money on his own, which makes the June 30th fundraising report paramount. And that is why some supporters have organized a grassroots moneybomb for June 28th.
So far, Brannon’s only GOP opponent is Thom Tillis, the Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives, whom Brannon routinely outpolls.
Wheras Brannon is the next Paul, Cruz, or Lee, Tillis is the next Trey Grayson, David Dewhurst, or Bob Bennett.
His record as Speaker is that of a RINO/liberal. His bad positions have ranged from supporting telecommunications monopolies, Ferry Tolls, and Interstate Toll HOT Lanes. Because of these issues, as well as others, he was censured by the Craven County GOP.
This is a winnable general election race, especially in a midterm year and with Obama’s scandals continuing to blow up. The real race will be the primary. Do we want another Jim DeMint or another Mitch McConnell to take on Kay Hagan this fall?
I encourage everyone to contribute to Dr. Brannon’s campaign during the moneybomb, or even earlier if that suits you. You can contribute here: http://secure.gregbrannon.com/
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