Henry elections feature state contests
by Noreen Cochran
11:37 PM, Monday, July 21
With local elections decided in the May 20 primary, Tuesday's runoff is dominated by key state contests. The U.S. Senate seat from which Saxby Chambliss is retiring is sought by Republicans Jack Kingston and David Perdue for the right to face Demo...

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