A fifth announced candidate entered the race this past week the son of state Senate leader Phil Berger. At least two others are considering getting in.
Laura Fjeld, of Orange County, another candidate, was a former University of North Carolina system attorney. She told Gary D. Robertson with the Associated Press, "I'm going to win because I'm going to appeal to the independent and unaffiliated voters."
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not surprising given Coble faced several primary opponents in 2010 and 2012, and the 82 year old has had health problems.
Among the other candidates running, WRAL reports two candidates are pastors. Reverend Mark Walker is a music minister at a Baptist Church in Greensboro and Reverend Dan Collison is a Baptist Pastor in Jamestown.
Phil Berger Jr. could have an early advantage in the Republican primary because he's the Rockingham County district attorney and his father is very influential GOP circles.
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