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Maggie Sandrock, a campaign worker for Rep. George Holding, responds after being mocked about her weight and eating too much “pork barbecue” by opponent Rep. Renee Ellmers outside of a polling place on Tuesday. Sandrock had campaigned for Ellmers in previous elections. Holding defeated Ellmers. Sandrock interview footage courtesy of ABC-11 News. Courtesy of ABC 11
Maggie Sandrock, a campaign worker for Rep. George Holding, responds after being mocked about her weight and eating too much “pork barbecue” by opponent Rep. Renee Ellmers outside of a polling place on Tuesday. Sandrock had campaigned for Ellmers in previous elections. Holding defeated Ellmers. Sandrock interview footage courtesy of ABC-11 News. Courtesy of ABC 11
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