NC Congressional races

Club For Growth spent $1.2 million in two NC Congressional races

And North Carolina voters danced well to their tune:

In an otherwise quiet primary, money spoke loudly Tuesday. The biggest spender, The Club for Growth Action, was the most successful.

The Washington, D.C.,-based Super PAC spent $700,000 to defeat U.S. Rep. Renee Ellmers in the 2nd District Republican primary. She was crushed by fellow Rep. George Holding, who moved in from the 13th District, 53 percent to 24 percent. Even an endorsement from Donald Trump couldn’t save Ellmers, who was not considered conservative enough by her opponents.

Conservatives have been gunning for Renee Ellmers for well over a year, so this spending might have been merely icing on the cake. But when you decide to coronate a nobody, those dollars are critical:

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all 13 seats in congress AND Edmunds seat on the supreme court.
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE Daniel Robertson
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE Michael R. (Mike) Morgan
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE Robert H. (Bob) Edmunds
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE Sabra Jean Faires

US HOUSE DISTRICT 1 DEM G. K. Butterfield
US HOUSE DISTRICT 1 REP H. Powell Dew, Jr.
US HOUSE DISTRICT 1 LIB J.J. Summerell

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