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Topic - Wendell Fant
A potentially divisive challenge to incumbent North Carolina Democratic Rep. Larry Kissell from the left fizzled out late last week when challenger Wendell Fant said he would not launch an independent bid for the seat.
A potentially divisive challenge to incumbent North Carolina Democratic Rep. Larry Kissell from the left fizzled out Friday when challenger Wendell Fant said he would not launch an independent bid for the seat.
In dropping out of the race, Mr. Fant said Mr. Kissell has "heard the message" and begun to shift his voting record to reflect the interests of his constituents in the district.
Mr. Fant reportedly said he wanted to "put my family ahead of my own political ambitions."