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She is an NPR writer. Clay retweeted.

@tamarakeithNPR: Weather gods are distracting me from my effort to write epic @ClayForNC campaign piece. Barring disaster it will be on @MorningEdition.

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@ClayForNC: Inspired by the work Chatham Trades is doing on behalf of people with disabilities. Great to visit. #ncpol #nc02 http://t.co/taM7TmMjBD

@nprpolitics: .@tamarakeith will have more on his run tomorrow on @morningedition #americanidol #selfieswithclay @clayaiken

@nprpolitics: .@clayaiken (yes, that Clay Aiken) poses for a #selfie on the campaign trail. He's running for Congress in N.C. #Idol http://t.co/bDtjkrXQcT

@clayaiken: Thx to @RollingStone for a headline that gets straight to the point: "Clay Aiken Wants Your Vote Again" http://t.co/wiI1eF2w85 #ncpol #nc02

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It's been 11 years since I was on the cover of Rolling Stone. I was a North Carolina kid who achieved a dream because of the people back home. And now I'm in the pages of Rolling Stone again, but for a very different reason. North Carolina isn't being served the way it was even just 11 years ago. I'll always do my best to serve our state and the Second District. I hope you'll read the story, and I hope to earn your vote.

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Just incase you aren't aware of how incredible of a song this really is, here is a quick bumper for you all to enjoy: https://www.sendspace.com/file/

Merle Dandridge

It's hard to keep up but I'll do my best.......only for you and Clay!

@kikib40: Former American Idol contestant, Clay Aiken passing through the small town of Liberty. http://t.co/SkHkL5MX3x

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idyjocelyn and merrieeee thanks so much for the welcome. That was so nice!

Thanks too for the Esquire article, it broke my heart to read how much Clay wants this!

so Clay is over the $60,000 mark, there is still a way to go, everyone is trying so hard.

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@paigerentz: .@ClayForNC reports $355K raised in Q3; broke the $1 million mark since beginning campaign in February.

From CV

Ellmers has filed her 3rd quarter report.

$280,000 in contributions ($186,000 from PACs).

Over $500,000 in bank.

http://docquery.fec.gov/pdf/743/14978272743/14978272743.pdf

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@ClayForNC: We had our first town hall in Asheboro tonight. We got some great questions. Look forward to many more… http://t.co/fYDfSmHPX4

@tamarakeithNPR: Dear Claymates: Thurs at 5:40 and 7:40 AM, you may want to tune in to @MorningEdition for a story about @ClayForNC (subject to change).

@sarah_griffiith: got to meet @clayaiken today http://t.co/CvF2tpEfC5

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Forward Americans ‏@ForwardAmerican 4m4 minutes ago

Jon Stewart on @TheDailyShow talking about "Obama/Aiken" economy Stagnant wages, lost jobs.Thank Renee for that #nc02

Includes a screen soy. Will watch tomorrow...

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NPR Radio Story

Audio and reporting....

Just finished listening to it and reading the story.

I then put myself into the shoes of someone who didn't even know he was running, and who might stumble upon this story on their radio or in their Facebook news feed.

I think Clay comes off really well. There's a few fans that thinks this story is "lightweight," but we've also been following his campaign for 8 straight months. For those not "in the know," I believe he comes off as having some substance.

JMO.

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I really think almost every media piece on him is going to start off a bit lightweight. It's a good "breaking in" point. For some reason, entertainers getting into politics have to have that entry level like that.

The Esquire piece is the only one that isn't truly lightweight, IMO. I do wish more people would read it, as it so shows his passion for what he's doing now.

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