Comment: He has been mentioned on the DP re: moneybomb in 2010

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He has been mentioned on the DP re: moneybomb in 2010

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In the House, Bradley filed bills to study whether or not the state should authorize an alternative currency, and to require the state to accept gold and silver as legal tender.[3][4]

Bradley ran for the North Carolina Senate in 2012 but lost the Republican primary on May 8, 2012. He finished in last place out of three candidates, getting about 14% of the vote, behind winner Chad Barefoot (46%) and second-place finisher Michael Schriver (40%).[5]

In 2013, Bradley announced that he would be running for Vice-Chair of the North Carolina Republican Party.[6]

link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glen_Bradley