NC-03: And then there were SEVEN …

 

One more candidate joined the fold today in the special election for the Third Congressional District seat in DC.    Shannon Wilson Bray of Apex filed for the seat as a Libertarian. 

What is it about Wake County residents filing for this seat?  Phil Law is IN.  Francis DeLuca says he’s coming.  So has Wake resident Jeff Moore.    (Law and DeLuca each bought dumpy houses in the district and moved their voter registration.) 

Give Bray credit.  At least he’s identifying as a Wake County resident.

Bray’s entry gives us ONE LIBERTARIAN, TWO DEMOCRATS, AND FOUR REPUBLICANS in the race. 

Filing for the Third District continues through the end of the week.  The field is expected to  only get bigger.

3 thoughts on “NC-03: And then there were SEVEN …

  1. From what I hear from Jones Street, a vote on the school bond issue has been held that is telling as to the legislative candidates who have announced for the 3rd district Congress. I am not sure if the vote was in caucus or on the floor. From what I am told, Sheppard and Murphy voted for the bond, to borrow money and create debt, while Speciale (and Lt. Gov. hopeful Brody) were among those who supported the pay-as-you-go plan and voted against the bond.

    Walter Jones was a fierce opponent of taking on debt and consistently voted against increasing the US debt limit. Speciale seems to be the only candidate from the 3rd among those in the legislature who is truly following in the footsteps of Walter Jones.

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