A Preacher Turned Lawmaker and His New Campaign to Win the Old War on Poverty

THE DAILY SIGNAL, by Philip Wegmann | April 20, 2016

Since his first day in the House, Mark has made it very clear he’s committed to finding a people-up approach that helps get people out of poverty...

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Walker returns office budget money to taxpayers

GREENSBORO NEWS AND RECORD, Staff | March 21, 2016

"U.S. Rep. Mark Walker, R-6th, announced today that his congressional office returned more than $55,000 of its allocated budget for 2015 to the taxpayers."

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Walker Reacts to New Congressional District Map

"It is also important to remember that the US Supreme Court can and may issue a stay allowing the 2016 elections to proceed, unimpeded.... Regardless of the outcome, we are proud of our record and will do our best to represent the people of North Carolina."

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How a Quiet Baptist Preacher Could Be a Secret Weapon in the House

NATIONAL REVIEW, by Elaina Plott | February 8, 2016

... Walker’s willingness to engage in such efforts, born out of deeply held convictions and an evangelist spirit, could make him Ryan’s most important ally in rallying members around a new vision for the party.

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Reconciliation Should Unite, Not Divide Conservatives

BREITBART, By Michael Needham | November 21, 2015

...If pro-life leaders want to “pass strongest [reconciliation] bill possible with 51 Republican votes” they should join, not disparage, the Cruz-Lee-Rubio alliance. They should praise the likes of North Carolina’s Rep. Mark Walker (R-NC), not gin up primary threats.

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