"His passion for Constitutionally-limited government made him the obvious choice for our endorsement."

Raleigh, NC – The Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund, an organization dedicated to empowering Americans to engage in our democracy and help preserve our rights and liberty, has announced their endorsement of Dr. Greg Brannon in North Carolina's Republican primary for U.S. Senate.

"Dr. Brannon has a vision, one where North Carolinians and all Americans live in a country with personal freedom, economic freedom, and a debt-free future. Greg is physician with a compassionate practice and a servant’s heart; many North Carolinians know that. But it was his passion for Constitutionally-limited government that made him the obvious choice for our endorsement," said Chairman, Jenny Beth Martin.

Martin added, "Greg Brannon isn't a politician; he's a citizen and a statesman. Beyond his medical practice, he's a husband and a father, and a man with a genuine heart for service. But he knows that unless our government breaks its addiction to spending and debt, we face catastrophic consequences. He'll make a difference in the U.S. Senate, and the Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund is proud to endorse him."

The Tea Party Citizen Fund is committed to equipping grassroots activists with the tools and resources needed to hold elected officials and government accountable, and elect new and qualified candidates to office as representatives of the people.

"It's an honor to receive the endorsement of the Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund. This group of patriots understands that what makes America great is not our government but the liberty and freedom on which we were founded. The Citizens Fund understands that grassroots activism is the key to winning elections. I'm proud to have their support, " said Brannon.

In addition to the tremendous grassroots support Brannon is receiving, he's also been endorsed by many conservative leaders and organizations, including: Senator Rand Paul, Senator Mike Lee, FreedomWorks PAC, National Association for Gun Rights PAC, Gun Owners for America, Congressman Ron Paul, Congressman Thomas Massie, conservative author Ann Coulter, and RedState editor Erick Erickson.

Dr. Greg Brannon is a Cary pro-life Obstetrician and conservative leader in North Carolina.  A popular speaker for Tea Party groups the past few years, Dr. Brannon is the anti-establishment candidate running in opposition to the Big Government, big spending status quo in both political parties.

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"A candidate who is too afraid of a face-to-face conversation with voters isn't the right man for the job."

Raleigh, NC –  U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Greg Brannon released the following statement regarding Timid Thom's lack of respect for Republican primary voters:

"As a candidate for the U.S. Senate I’m interviewing for a job.

Elected officials work for the people and the first thing that should be expected of any candidate before being offered a job is to actually show up for the interview.
 
Since November there have been eight candidate forums put together by various organizations across the state and Timid Thom has successfully avoided every single one.
 
Timid Thom was missing in action at forums hosted by The Gaston County Tea Party, Conservatives for Guilford County, and The Forsyth County Republican Party.
 
He didn’t even to bother to participate in a forum hosted by the Lake Norman Conservatives in January that was held less than 10 minutes from his house!
 
In February we heard that Timid Thom is “chomping at the bit” to debate.
 
Since then he’s been able to avoid tough questions at forums hosted by The Republican Women of Cary and Southwest Wake, The Cumberland County Republican Men’s Club, The Greater Guilford Republican Women’s Club, and The Rowan County Tea Party.
 
Chomping at the bit? After seven years in public office, you’d think Tillis’ shaky knees and butterflies would be gone.

You have to wonder why Timid Thom isn’t taking this race seriously.

Could it be that he's fearful of explaining to voters why he led the effort in the state house to implement Obamacare by passing state exchanges?

Maybe he doesn't want to explain to Republican primary voters why he thinks Obamacare is a "great idea that can't be paid for."

Timid Thom sure has a lot of questions to answer but time is running out.

After all, whoever wins the primary in May will be tasked with representing conservative values to millions of North Carolinians.
 
If he’s too fearful to show up to candidate forums and talk about the issues with fellow Republicans, why should anyone believe he will have the courage to face Senator Hagan in the general election?
 
This Senate race could change the course of our nation’s future, and the Republican Party needs a nominee who isn’t afraid to answer tough questions.

We must nominate a candidate with the guts to stand up to the establishment in Washington and demand that North Carolina voters be heard.
 
A candidate who’s too afraid of a face-to-face conversation with voters isn’t the right man for the job.
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