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March 21, 2016 11:09 AM

Greg Brannon to enter 2nd District primary against Renee Ellmers, George Holding

Cary doctor plans anti-establishment campaign in U.S. House 2nd District

Brannon lost the Republican U.S. Senate primary to Sen. Richard Burr last week

Another Ellmers opponent, Frank Roche, dropped out of the race Monday

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