Sunday, January 27, 2013

2014 US Senate Election

I was polled Friday afternoon and there was no identifier, but my support would go toward Michael Thurmond with General David Poythress second and Jane Kidd third. Fourth would have to be a wild card like Rich or Andy Rusk, Stephanie Stuckey Benfield or someone with charisma and deep pockets.
Democratic candidates would be very smart to get together and not have a primary and let the Republicans rip and shred themselves apart in a primary to give the Democratic candidate  a real shot in November 2014. I would also support Jason Carter

From: Patsy Harris patsydudney@yahoo.com
To:
Sent: Friday, January 25, 2013 2:15 PM
Subject: 2014 US Senate Election

Hi District 10 Democratic Leaders!

You can see the email below that our DPG Vice Chair of Candidate Recruitment that the call is out for a Democratic candidate to enter the race for the US Senate! GA Republican Senator Saxby Chabliss announced today he will not seek re-election 2014.

Who in your rolodex would make a fine Democratic candidate for this seat? Ideally, only one person should run, so as not to waste our Democratic funds on a primary battle. So, the DPG is now actively looking for that Democrat who will make us proud.

Please let me ASAP!
Patsy

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"Don't tell me what you believe in.
Tell me what you have done, and I will tell you what you believe in."  
(Mother of Congressman John Boccieri, D-OH)
Morgan County, GA, History & Genealogy Books by Bonnie P. (Patsy) Harris

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Sent: Friday, January 25, 2013 10:48 AM
Subject: 2014 US Senate Election

Greeting Congressional Districts Chairs,
 As you may know by now we will have an open US Senate seat for the 2014 election. I will be meeting with our House and Senate Caucus leaders next week in Atlanta to discuss potential candidates we would like to recruit for our Democratic primary. I am requesting that each of you to send me a list of at least 4 potential candidates you believe we give us the best chance of  winning the General Election.
Democratically yours,
Miguel Camacho




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