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Greenville News: 4th Congressional District Republican primary runoff: Lee Bright vs William Timmons

“Bright has been endorsed by three Republican congressman: U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, U.S. Rep. Steve King of Iowa and U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky. He also has been endorsed by former 4th District Republican candidate Dan Albert; former 4th District Republican candidate Barry Bell; Laurens County tea party founder and president Dianne Belsom; David Bossie, Trump's former deputy campaign manager and president of Citizens United; former 4th District Republican candidate Stephen Brown; Lt. Gov. Kevin Bryant; state Rep. Bill Chumley; James Epley, a former Trump campaign official who also was a 4th District Republican candidate; state Rep. Jonathon Hill; Laurens County Councilman Stewart Jones; state Rep. Steven Long; state Rep. Josiah Magnuson; former state Rep. Wendy Nanney; Greenvile County tea party Chairman Pressley Stutts; Greenville County Councilman Bob Taylor; Club for Growth; FreedomWorks; National Association of Gun Rights; Tea Party Express and Tea Party Patriots.”

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