Democrat and CFP Andy Millard sold his practice earlier this year in an all-out bid for a seat in Congress.

He's going to need all the time and resources he can muster, say observers who give him long odds at trying to unseat six-term Republican incumbent Patrick McHenry in North Carolina's 10th district, while also battling to represent investors on the Hill where the influence of Wall Street money remains strong.

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