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NC Republican Senate Candidates Debate

NC Republican Senate Candidates Debate

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Republican U.S. Senate candidates are taking it to the stage Tuesday night in a public debate held at Davidson College.

The top four GOP contenders are slated to participate, each attempting to win voter support: Greg Brannon, Heather Grant, Mark Harris and Thom Tillis are slated to participate.

Some consider the North Carolina House Speaker - Thom Tillis - to be the man to beat, with more than $2 million raised. Others decry him as a political insider.

Tea party candidate, Dr. Greg Brannon and pastor-turned-politician Mark Harris – are expected to go hard on the Affordable Healthcare Act, denouncing big government regulation.

Some political experts say Heather Grant, the youngest and only woman in the race, holds her ground on the campaign trail. She's a former nurse and military veteran, who will attempt to set herself apart from the pack Tuesday night.

The debate will be held at Davidson College, 7 PM in the Duke Family Performance Hall. Tickets for the event are no longer available.

We will have complete coverage tonight at 10 PM on Fox 46.


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