"I'm kind of angry. I'm tired of people who go to Washington and just don't do their job," Suzanne Wood, the chairwoman of the Bibb County Republican Party said, March 17, 2014 at the Bibb County Republican headquarters in Macon, Georgia. Georgia's next Republican Senate nominee is likely to triumph on style and strategy, and as a result, national eyes are watching this race as a harbinger of things to come for party hopefuls around the country this year.
"I'm kind of angry. I'm tired of people who go to Washington and just don't do their job," Suzanne Wood, the chairwoman of the Bibb County Republican Party said, March 17, 2014 at the Bibb County Republican headquarters in Macon, Georgia. Georgia's next Republican Senate nominee is likely to triumph on style and strategy, and as a result, national eyes are watching this race as a harbinger of things to come for party hopefuls around the country this year. Macon Telegraph/MCT
"I'm kind of angry. I'm tired of people who go to Washington and just don't do their job," Suzanne Wood, the chairwoman of the Bibb County Republican Party said, March 17, 2014 at the Bibb County Republican headquarters in Macon, Georgia. Georgia's next Republican Senate nominee is likely to triumph on style and strategy, and as a result, national eyes are watching this race as a harbinger of things to come for party hopefuls around the country this year. Macon Telegraph/MCT

Is Georgia’s U.S. Senate race a coal mine canary for GOP?

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