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  1. My name is DeWitt Edwards. I was born in Carolina General Hospital in Wilson in 1936. I have lived in Mathews Va. since 1952 but traveled to Wilson last month for my cousin E.D. Winstead’s funeral. Wilson has grown so much in the last 50 years. It’s great to see you have a Tea Party. I am a co-organizer of the Peninsula Patriots Tea Party here. We are in a constant battle to preserve private property rights . Recently we have taken on Common Core Education which is a part of UN Agenda 21. I wish you much success in your fight to preserve freedom.

    Posted by DeWitt Edwards | May 7, 2013, 9:40 PM

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The Wilson NC Tea Party (WNCTP) does not endorse candidates on the federal, state, or local levels. We are simply pointing our fellow citizens to the principles and values of our founding so that they will be able to vote, in the primary and general elections, for those candidates who are most aligned with those principles and values. With that said all candidate-related posts are for education purposes only.

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