Perdue to look for reform, common ground in U.S. Senate

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November 5, 2014

Republican David Perdue, a businessman who was virtually unknown in political circles just 18 months ago, will be Georgia’s next United States senator.

The Fortune 500 CEO and cousin of former Gov. Sonny Perdue bested Democrat Michelle Nunn in a tightly contested race that was by far the most expensive Senate contest in state history.

Unofficial results posted on the Secretary of State’s website show Perdue winning with 53 percent of the vote to Nunn’s 45 percent.

Early Wednesday, Perdue told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the race showed him voters all along the political spectrum were tired of a no-action Congress.

“We have got to get results,” he said in between a gauntlet of morning TV and radio appearances.

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