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  NC congressional candidate once questioned whether careers were 'healthiest pursuit' for women
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Last EditedRP  Jul 05, 2018 04:52pm
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AuthorAdam Kelsey and John Verhovek
News DateThursday, July 5, 2018 10:00:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionThe insurgent Republican congressional candidate in a newly competitive North Carolina district once delivered a religious sermon questioning whether it was the "healthiest pursuit" for women to prioritize their careers and independence in lieu of their biblical "core calling," comments recently uncovered by a Democratic group.

n the 2013 sermon unveiled by American Bridge, a Democratic PAC that conducts opposition research, Mark Harris, who won the North Carolina 9th Congressional District's GOP primary in May discusses "God's plan for biblical womanhood" and argues that society "created a culture and created an environment that have made it extremely difficult for any woman… to live out and fulfill God's design."

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