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Candidate for 13th District will speak in Salisbury Thursday

Democratic congressional candidate and High Point business owner Bruce Davis will speak to Rowan County Democrats on Thursday during their regularly scheduled meeting.

The meeting will start at 7 p.m. in the Rowan County Administration Building’s commissioners’ meeting room, located on the second floor.

Davis won the June 7 Democratic Party primary by 112 votes over Greensboro developer Bob Isner. Davis will face Republican Ted Budd, who owns a gun store, in the November general election.

Davis owns a child care center in High Point with his wife. Before that, he served 20 years in the Marine Corps. He also served as a Guilford County commissioner for multiple terms.

When he spoke to the Salisbury Post during the primary race, Davis said he hopes to work in a bipartisan manner if elected. He listed jobs and the economy as the most significant issues for the 13th District.

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