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Atlanta Dream’s Loeffler not interested in Senate run

Atlanta Dream’s Loeffler not interested in Senate run

Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler said Thursday she has no immediate interest in pursuing a Senate seat despite entreats from prominent conservatives to broaden the potential GOP field to replace …
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Westmoreland says ‘all options’ on table for Senate

U.S. Rep. Lynn Westmoreland declined to say Wednesday whether he would run for Senate, but said that “all options” were on the table as he weighs a possible campaign …
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Gingrey: no final decision yet, but family ‘on board’

U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey said that a final decision on running for Senate would come next week, though the congressman’s wife, he said, is positively giddy with the prospect.

Gingrey, …
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Business group: Amazon skirting Ga. tax code

A prominent retail trade association on Wednesday called on online giant Amazon.com to begin observing a new state law requiring internet retailers to collect sales tax from Georgia shoppers.

In …
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Broun to run for Senate: Wife

Niki Broun let slip in a Tuesday night address to an Atlanta conservative gathering that her husband, Athens Republican Rep. Paul Broun, would campaign for the GOP nomination to replace …
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Kingston’s son dialing GOP party chiefs

Primary machinations stop for no man, even one on a congressional junket in the Holy Land.

U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston was among the earliest Republicans to express interest in replacing …
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Ralston lays out ethics plan

A late-morning presser saw House Speaker David Ralston layout details surrounding ethics reform legislation promised after Georgians overwhelmingly voiced support a cap on lobbyist gifts to lawmakers …
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