U.S. Senate Race

Senate hopeful focused on jobs, health

by Sarah Fay Campbell

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Sarah Fay Campbell

U.S. Congressman Dr. Paul Broun, right, candidate for U.S. Senate from Georgia, chats with Frank Haralson at the Redneck Gourmet in Newnan on Wednesday.

The primary for one of Georgia’s seats in the U.S. Senate is more than 14 months away, but Paul Broun is already hitting the campaign trail hard. 

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