David Perdue official Senate senate report 93 549 pdf. Georgia Senatorial Election Results by County, 2014. January 25, 2013, that he would not run for re-election, making this an open-seat race.
Republican nomination, which was narrowly won by Perdue. This was not necessary, as Perdue defeated Nunn by a 53-to-45 percent margin in the November 4 balloting. The primary was held on May 20, 2014. David Perdue and Jack Kingston. 6 percent won by Perdue is the lowest ever for a first-place finisher in a Georgia U. Senate primary by either party in state history.
City Councilwoman and wife of U. Vivien Scott, wife of U. Fair Tax and former U. The runoff was held on July 22, 2014, which Perdue won with 50. Democrats embraced the hope that Nunn, with her executive experience as well as family name, could make their party once again competitive in-state. On July 22, 2013, Nunn declared herself a candidate for U. She said: “Our opportunity is to define ourselves.
I’m going to talk a lot about the deficit. Neither side of the equation is really tackling that. I think people are really tired of the mudslinging and the silliness of this. If elected, Nunn would become the 29th Georgian elected to the U. 7 million in campaign funds during the third quarter of 2013, more than twice that of any Republican running.
4 million first quarter of 2014, again the most of anyone in the race. CEO and candidate for the U. Georgia Labor Commissioner and nominee for the U. President of the Henry W. Following the conclusion of the two primaries, the race was set up as being between two self-described political “outsiders” with well-known-in-state political family names, each seeking to reach moderate and independent voters. Nunn campaign memo from December 2013 which made frank recommendations on strategy for Nunn’s path to victory in Georgia. The leaked memo said that likely attack lines against Nunn would include that she was a “lightweight”, “too liberal”, and “not a ‘real’ Georgian”.