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Topic - Martha Zoller
"We cannot continue to be 'one strike and you're out' people," moderator and radio host Martha Zoller, herself a failed congressional candidate, told several hundred central Georgia voters. "After the primary and runoff, our nominee is going to be bruised and battered and broke, and they will need you to get behind them."
"I really don't know what women's issues are," said Ms. Zoller whose station broadcasts from Gainesville, Ga.. "I think that women have lots of things they talk about.