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Stuart Rothenberg: Georgia Senate: Maybe, potentially, possibly….but not yet

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“The recent entry of Michelle Nunn into the Georgia Senate race is good news for national and state Democrats who hope to swipe a normally Republican Senate seat in the Deep South.”
Source: RollCall.com

 Hastings Wyman: At-risk Democrats out-raising GOPers
“For the second quarter in a row, Southern Democratic US House members elected with 55% or less of the vote in 2012 have substantially outraised the South’s Republicans who are similarly vulnerable. For the first half of 2013, the six at-risk Democrats raised an average of $726,000 and had an average of cash-on-hand of $608,000. The eleven at-risk Republican representatives raised $432,000 – almost $300,000 less, on average – and had $333,000 on hand. The numbers are based on the 2nd Quarter Federal Election Commission (FEC) reports.”
Source: Southern Political Report

State Rep. Calvin Smyre attends meeting with President Obama at White House
Smyre attended a special meeting with President Obama at the White House Monday afternoon to discuss the recent Supreme Court Ruling on the Voting Rights Act.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Georgia Chamber to honor Sen. Saxby Chambliss
The annual Congressional Luncheon will be held in Macon on August 19.
Source: Anderson Independent-Mail

Political Insider: Michelle Nunn lays down a marker: 2,500 volunteers in two weeks 
“Unlike campaign contributions, the number of volunteers working for a particular congressional candidate isn’t something that must be accurately reported to the Federal Election Commission.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Political Insider: Tim Echols on $737 million in Ga. Power cost overruns and the burden of proof
“Over at WGAU (1340AM) in Athens, Martha Zoller was talking to Tim Echols this morning. First off, Zoller brought up Nathan Deal’s statement of last week, in which the governor said that letting the utility absorb some of the $737 million in cost overruns associated with the construction of two new nuke plants would be a ‘good solution.’”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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