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Trump Endorsement Not Enough to Help a Tea Party Turncoat

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North Carolina Rep. Renee Ellmers campaigned as a Tea Party conservative – but when she got elected in 2011 voters quickly realized they had elected a phony.

To paraphrase a great country music song, “Renee got the ring, Voters got the finger.”

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But thanks to redistricting, North Carolina conservatives got a heaping helping of payback on Tuesday night.

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Here’s how it went down:

Ellmers and fellow Republican Rep. George Holding were competing to represent the newly drawn second congressional district.

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