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Campbell campaign raises $65,000 for house race

Campbell campaign raises $65,000 for house race

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CONCORD — Dr. Grant Campbell, a Republican candidate running for the recently created N.C. House District 83, which consists of Rowan and part of Cabarrus counties, has now raised $65,000 for his campaign.

Campbell announced he was running for this newly drawn district in November. He surpassed his goal of raising $50,000 for his campaign by reaching $65,000 last week. Campbell hopes to continue his momentum and awaits a primary election date to be announced.

Campbell has worked as a physician in the area for 25 years and, after 9/11, joined the Army Reserves and served as a trauma surgeon in Iraq and Afghanistan. He has actively supported efforts to increase the number of veterans in public office for over 10 years.

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