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Statements from the Georgia: 2010 Governor's race

Vows to keep Georgia's race for governor "civil" and focused on the "positive."

Roy Barnes voted against a bill in the state Senate that would have made it easier to convict child abusers.

"Georgia had the worst job losses in state history under GOP watch."

Republican candidate for governor Nathan Deal fought to weaken Georgia's rape shield law.

"Roy Barnes proclaimed Mexican workers good for Georgia."

On charging a toll for motorists to use Ga. 400 after it was slated to expire

On running a "civil and polite" campaign

Candidate for governor Roy Barnes has been "fighting hard" to let illegal immigrants vote.

Roy Barnes "made Georgia dead last in education" and Georgia "led the nation in job losses."

"Barnes opposed the creation of the HOPE Scholarship and campaigned against Zell Miller on the issue."

Roy Barnes is like Barack Obama because they're both doing a lot of apologizing.

"I can put 10,000 people to work. Electricians, plumbers, sheet metal workers -- by retrofitting all of the state buildings for energy independence or efficiency."

By releasing only basic tax information, former U.S. Congressman Nathan Deal is "hiding more than he's disclosed" about his business dealing with the state.

On bringing casino gambling and other gaming to Georgia

On the mosque near ground zero.

On running a "civil and polite" campaign.

"Roy Barnes is part of the team that has run up trillions of dollars in debt that Americans will spend years paying off, and they've done it without creating one job."

Republican candidate for Georgia governor "dabbled" in birther conspiracy theories.

Said he won the Democratic primary "without one ... negative TV spot."

Republican candidate for governor "Karen Handel has run a 100 percent negative campaign."

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