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Thom Tillis gets an early endorsement for U.S. Senate race

House Speaker Thom Tillis dismisses all talk about the 2014 U.S. Senate race -- but that isn't deterring his supporters.

Ed Broyhill, the son of former U.S. Sen. Jim Broyhill, endorsed Tillis' non-campaign to unseat Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan on Sunday. In a post on Facebook, Broyhill wrote: "My family and I endorse Thom Tillis for the U.S. Senate in 2014. It's not too early. Jump aboard now."

The post generated dozens of "likes" and comments. Broyhill is a prominent Winston-Salem political name. Ed Broyhill ran unsuccessfully for the Congress in 2004.

The early endorsement allows Dome to dust off the U.S. Senate race logo -- two years before the race even starts. Yee haw.


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Anybody BUT ...

Tony Rand's Holding clan!

Yee Haw yourself JRF

But But But I thought George Holding was getting that.  ????  Oh well, anything that get the Tillis-haters all in a dither is good UTD fodder.

I hear Dumplin's future plans are to be a flight attendant on Buzzy Stubbs Airlines .....

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