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Michelle Nunn throws - hat in the ring for Senate
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Michelle Nunn announced her bid for the U.S. Senate seat in Georgia today.I'm excited to learn more about the candidate and excited about a Democrat throwing their hat in the race

I have posted a few comments from others about her decision to run..

Don Dellinger-I will hold off until I know more on what values and principles you have and how well you will represent me. The problem we have now is we have "Leaders" not "Representatives" in Atlanta and Washington.. We don't need leaders. We need a representative to take our (the majority) principles and values. I am neither a demoRAT nor a republiCANT. I vote on what the person stands for and who I feel can do the job they were sent to do. So, the ball is in your court...Impress me!!!

Chip Smith- Strong values, proven leadership and ready to get things done. Great Georgia Senators have been committed to moderate bi-partisan progress. I think we could use another Nunn in the Senate.


Jack Basset- I am a life-long Republican who is very disappointed with the nature and direction of most Republicans. Our state and country needs moderate representation in all elective offices especially the US Senate. I could easily vote for a Democrat who would not blindly follow the progressive line and work to get our country under control. I've known Sam Nunn for fifty years or so and would support anyone who could come close the the representation he provided in the Senate.


Per Ms. Nunn:

I'm running for Senate because I've seen firsthand the power of individuals to make a difference in their own lives and the lives of those around them.

I'm running for Senate because I believe that America's spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship, when unleashed, can create extraordinary possibilities.

I'm running for the Senate because each generation must build a stronger foundation for our children and grandchildren, and we are failing in that task.


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Funkentelecky commented on Tuesday, Jul 23, 2013 at 17:57 PM

I'm gonna look out for Nunn. I still vote for who shares my core principles and beliefs. So she has a 50/50 chance with me already.

MikeLongCounty commented on Tuesday, Jul 23, 2013 at 19:07 PM

The only comment I have on this is we may not know much about Michelle Nunn, but we do know a lot about Jack Kingston. Just because a horse wins the Triple Crown, it don't mean that their colt will, or in this case their filly will.


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