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Berger in DC at C-PAC in move that signals Senate interest

In another sign that he is interested in challenging Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan next year, N.C. Senate leader Phil Berger is in Washington today attending the C-PAC conference.

The Conservative Political Action Conference is a major gathering of conservative activists and groups from around the country. It allows political hopefuls such as Berger a chance make make connections needed to run a U.S. Senate race.

Berger has said he is looking at the race, but has not made a decision. He is among a number of Republicans who said to be considering it including House Speaker Thom Tillis, Congresswoman Renee Ellmers, and Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry.


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