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August 11, 2013


Republican Anxiety Grows in Georgia

"Republicans are increasingly concerned about Georgia's Senate race, where a crowded primary threatens to produce a flawed candidate who could put at risk a seat in a Republican-leaning state," The Hill reports.

"Recent polling shows the two candidates Republicans are most anxious about -- Reps. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) and Paul Broun (R-GA) -- leading the pack. Whoever emerges from the clown-car primary, with seven candidates and counting, will face a candidate Democrats are high on in a state where shifting demographics benefit their party."












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