Rep. Paul Stam responds to a question during an event hosted by the Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce on Aug. 6. Stam and Susan Evans, a Wake County school board member, were the main speakers.
Rep. Paul Stam responds to a question during an event hosted by the Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce on Aug. 6. Stam and Susan Evans, a Wake County school board member, were the main speakers. aspecht@newsobserver.com
Rep. Paul Stam responds to a question during an event hosted by the Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce on Aug. 6. Stam and Susan Evans, a Wake County school board member, were the main speakers. aspecht@newsobserver.com

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