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Topic - Jim Whitehead
A grass-roots "anti-establishment" message apparently helped Paul Broun Jr. score an upset victory over state Sen. Jim Whitehead in Tuesday's special-election runoff for the House seat formerly held by Rep. Charlie Norwood, Georgia Republican.
ATLANTA (AP) — Iraq and immigration have dominated the special election to replace deceased Republican Rep. Charlie Norwood in northeast Georgia — a contest that could be a harbinger of congressional campaigns next year.