Tuesday, April 28, 2009
We may have an open congressional seat in 2010.
With news that Nathan Deal forming a exploratory committee to run for Governor of Georgia, although it will become an open seat & heavily republican, democrats should not give up a chance of taking this seat from the republicans. Possible democratic contenders: 1992 Congressional Candidate & Attorney, U.S. Army Veteran & former State Rep. Wycliffe "Wyc" Orr (D-Gainesville) 1996 Congressional Candidate, Lawyer, Former State Rep. Ken Poston (D-Ringgold). Poston also donated money to the 2008 Obama Campaign. Hall County Democratic Party Chairman Mike Freeman Pickens County Democratic Party Chairman David Robinson
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