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Rep. Jack Kingston says his extensive knowledge of the military will help his campaign


Kingston spoke at the Thomasville Rotary Club on Thursday about his views on matters of defense.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

 Thomasville native Todd Robinson to run for U.S. Senate
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

Martin Sullivan Jr. seeks to replace State Rep. Watson
Wilmington Island resident Sullivan, 27, has decided to run for House District 166, the seat held by Rep. Ben Watson, who is running for state Senate.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Michelle Nunn and family touring Georgia for Senate campaign
Nunn, the daughter of former U.S. Sen. Sam Nunn, was in Columbus Thursday, spreading her “What Washington can learn from Georgia” campaign slogan. Some of the lessons she said she would like to take to Washington are civility, compromise and cooperation.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Poll shows more Georgia Republicans view Paula Deen more favorably than Martin Luther King, Jr.
The poll did not directly compare Paula Deen and Martin Luther King, Jr. Rather, it asked respondents if they have a “favorable or unfavorable opinion” of each individual name.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Bibb County Democratic Party seeks debate cash
The Bibb County Democratic Party, already plagued by infighting and on its fifth chairman in 19 months, is resorting to a novel way of raising cash: charging candidates to participate in the public debates it hosts.
Source: Macon Telegraph

Senate control hinges on fate of Southern politics
Republicans nervously watch the Georgia primary free-for-all, which includes no less than three House members vying for the open Senate seat.
Source: Rome News-Tribune/AP

Rep. Kingston and others speak in Albany on health care
At the center of the discussion was the Affordable Care Act and the impact regional community health centers might have on the changes associated with it.
Source: Albany Herald

Political Insider: Common Cause concedes defeat in petition driv to stop Falcons stadium
“Common Cause Georgia this afternoon conceded defeat in its effort to collect 35,000 signatures from Atlanta voters, in order to put public funding for a $1 billion new Falcons stadium on the November ballot.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


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