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A low-profile race in North Carolina’s 6th Congressional District has turned nasty on social media, leading to an investigation of a challenger’s vocal supporter.

Republican Rep. Mark Walker, chairman of the powerful Republican Study Committee in the U.S. House, posted a Facebook message to hit back at false allegations he said have been circulated by Democratic challenger Ryan Watts and one of his most ardent supporters on Twitter.

Walker’s staff also reported the Twitter user to U.S. Capitol Police.

The article goes on to state the following:

“After a number of threatening messages, including bombing references, mentions of Walker and his family, and attempts to locate the school his daughter attends, our staff sent the message contents to the Capitol Police,” Jack Minor, Walker’s campaign spokesman, said in a text message. “Capitol Police decided to investigate the threat.”

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