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Mark Barie, Tea Party leader, talks about upcoming race

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Mark Barie says he won't let his health stop him from waging war with his political rivals in the upcoming 23rd Congressional District campaign.

Barie, who chairs the Upstate New York Tea Party, suffered a brain aneurism and three strokes last March. As we reported yesterday, it's been a tough road to recovery for Barie, both physically and mentally.

In part two of our series, Chris Morris talks to Barie about the upcoming race and what the big issues will be for the Tea Party.

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Chris Morris
Tri-Lakes Correspondent

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