Sen. Dole escapes challenge from Rep. Miller

Blake, Aaron
June 2007
Hill;6/26/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 77, p6
The article offers announcement that Representative Brad Miller would not run against Senator Elizabeth Dole in the senatorial race in 2008 for North Carolina. It is stated that the announcement is a blow to national Democrats, who had been touting Miller as the leading potential challenger. According to Miller, it was not an easy decision for him, but is the right one for his family, friends and the state.


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