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Stewart: 'I'm proud to be next to the Confederate flag'
During the Old South Ball in Danville, Va., then-Republican gubernatorial candidate Corey Stewart said on April 8, 2017, that he was proud of Virginia's heritage and would fight to keep Confederate memorials around the state.
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