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Latest Jack Kingston Items
Businessman David Perdue won the Georgia Senate Republican primary runoff race, advancing to the general election where he will square off against Democrat Michelle Nunn in one of the marquee races of the 2014 Midterm Elections that could tilt control of the upper chamber.
Rep. Jack Kingston and businessman David Perdue were locked in a tight battle in Tuesday's runoff for the Republican Senate nomination to face Democrat Michelle Nunn in one of the marquee races of the 2014 general election that could tilt control of the upper chamber.
Rep. Jack Kingston, Georgia Republican, said Tuesday that a planned lawsuit against President Obama over his executive actions is a step in the right direction, but that the best check on Mr. Obama would be a Republican-led U.S. Senate.
The lineup for one of the most anticipated races of the 2014 election season will take form Tuesday in Georgia when Rep. Jack Kingston and businessman David Perdue square off in a hotly-contested primary runoff.
For all the wrangling between the tea party and establishment conservatives in this midterm election year, key players from both sides are lining up behind one candidate in Georgia's Republican Senate primary runoff.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce lent its muscle Wednesday to a pair of Republican Senate challengers ahead of party contests in Georgia and Iowa.
State Rep. Buddy Carter of Pooler and Savannah physician Bob Johnson will meet in a Republican runoff election for a shot at filling the southeast Georgia congressional seat given up by GOP Rep. Jack Kingston.
Georgia's Republican Senate primary runoff pits a multimillionaire businessman who's never held public office against a congressman who has spent decades on Capitol Hill, and both worked to frame the match to their advantage Wednesday and draw support from three candidates who didn't make the cut.