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Chesterfield Man Challenges Cantor For 7th District GOP Nomination

Chesterfield Man Challenges Cantor For 7th District GOP Nomination

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A retired naval officer from Chesterfield County is challenging House Majority Leader Eric Cantor for the 7th District Republican nomination. Pete Greenwald says a mounting national debt is squeezing the wallets of America’s families. Greenwald says if he defeats Cantor for the GOP nod and makes it to Capitol Hill, he would favor eliminating the U.S. Department of Education. He was a recent guest on the Schilling Show.

 

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Onetime UVA Dean Will Enter Plea In Federal Court

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