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February 19, 2013


Cleland Could Win in Georgia

A new Public Policy Polling survey finds that if former Sen. Max Cleland (D-GA) could be coaxed into running for his old seat, Democrats might have a real shot at making the race competitive next year.

Of those named in the poll, Cleland "is the only person in the whole bunch who has more than 50% statewide name recognition, with 48% of voters rating him favorably to 29% with an unfavorable view... he would start out with a lead over every Republican we tested him against. He's up 1 against Price, 3 against Kingston, 5 against Gingrey, and 7 against Broun and Handel."












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