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Dan Bishop
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U.S. Congressman
    (July 1, 1964- )
    Born in Charlotte, North Carolina
    Represents North Carolina's 39th district in the North Carolina Senate (2017-19)
    Represented the 104th district in the North Carolina House of Representatives (2015-17)
    Defeated challenger Dan McCready in the North Carolina special election to represent North Carolina's 9th District in the House (September 10, 2019)
    He is the darling of agribusiness lobbyists.
    He is the legislative author of North Carolina’s controversial ‘Transgender Bathroom' H.B. 2 Bill.
    The bill he helped get signed into law was subsequently overruled by a federal judge in Asheville in a ruling affirmed by the United States Supreme Court.
    He was criticized for attacking the press on several occasions, most notably calling Raleigh press corps reporters the 'jihad media.'
    He came under scrutiny when it was revealed he had contributed $500 toward the establishment of the social network, a website infamous for having a white nationalist userbase.
    He tweeted out a defense of his funding by conflating the Alt-Right movement with the Black Lives Matter movement.
    When he was asked if he was equating Black Lives Matter 'with those who wave Nazi flags,' he answered: 'Yes. Both violent, racist movements.'
    His 2019 House run was predicated on it being a do-over election (the previous midterm election results were invalidated once evidence of vote tampering was discovered).
    He was the youngest of five kids.
    He has been married to his wife for over twenty years.
    As a state legislator, he worked to cut down state income taxes for North Carolina families.
    He was endorsed by a sitting President.
    His political ads sometimes had a humorous/satirical bent to them.
    He prevailed in a tough race against a blue collar Democrat (in a race many interpret to be a barometer for President Trump's 2020 reelection chances).

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