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Georgia Candidates for Senator




GA Senatorial Candidates 2014 Democrat and Republican

Georgia Senator Candidates
Georgia Senator Candidates 2014

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State Primary: May 20, 2014

Republican Senate Candidates For Georgia

Republican Senate candidates from Georgia are:

Paul Broun (R)
Art Gardner (R)
Phil Gingrey (R)
Derrick Grayson (R)  
Karen Handel (R) 
Jack Kingston (R)
David Perdue (R)

Democrat Senator Candidates

Steen Miles (D)
Michelle Nunn (D)
Branko "Dr. Rad" Radulovacki (D) 
Todd Robinson (D) 

Other Senator Candidates

Amanda Swafford (Libertarian)

Georgia Candidates for Congress Republican and Democrat GA

Georgia Congressional Candidates
Georgia Congressional Candidates 2014 Republican and Democrat

District 1:
Buddy Carter (R)
Darwin Carter (R)
Jeff Chapman (R)
Bob Johnson (R)
Earl Martin (R)
John McCallum (R)
Brian Reese (D)
Marc Smith (D)
Amy Tavio (D)

District 2:
Sanford Bishop (D)
Vivian Childs (R)
Greg Duke (R)

District 3:
Lynn Westmoreland (R)
Chip Flanegan (R)

District 4:
Hank Johnson (D)
Thomas Brown (D)

District 5:
John Lewis (D)

District 6:
Tom Price (R)
Bob Montigel (D)

District 7:
Rob Woodall (R)
Thomas Wight (D)

District 8:
Austin Scott (R)

District 9:
Doug Collins (R)
Bernie Fontaine (R)
David Vogel (D)

District 10:
Mike Collins (R)
Gary Gerrard (R)
Jody Hice (R)
Donna Sheldon (R)
Stephen Simpson (R)
Brian Slowinski (R) - Tea Party Activist
S. Mitchell Swan (R)
Ken Dious (D)

District 11
Bob Barr (R)
Allan Levene (R)
Ed Lindsay (R)
Barry Loudermilk (R)
Larry Mrozinski (R)
Tricia Pridemore (R)

District 12:
John Barrow (D)
Rick W. Allen (R)
Delvis Dutton (R)
John Stone (R)
Diane Vann (R)
Eugene Yu (R)

District 13:
David Scott (D)
Michael Owens (D)

District 14:
Tom Graves (R)
Ken Herron (R)



United States Senate election in Georgia 2014

Two-term incumbent Republican Saxby Chambliss was re-elected with 57% of the vote in 2008 in a runoff election with former state Representative Jim Martin after he failed to receive a simple majority in the general election. Chambliss will not seek a third term. Congressman Paul Broun (GA-10) announced that he is running for the seat.


History of Georgia. Information that every Georgia Senator Candidate Should Know.

The Albany Movement
In November 1961, residents of Albany, Georgia, launched an ambitious campaign to eliminate segregation in all facets of local life. The movement captured national attention one month later when local leaders invited Martin Luther King, Jr. to join the protest. Despite King's involvement, the movement failed to secure concessions from local officials and was consequently deemed unsuccessful by many observers. Subsequent appraisals, however, have identified the movement as a formative learning experience for King and other civil rights organizers, and credited it with hastening the ultimate desegregation of Albany's facilities, which occurred only one year following the movement's conclusion in August 1962.


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