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Statements from the Georgia: 2014 U.S. Senate's race

Points of Light is  "the world’s largest volunteer organization."

David Perdue led efforts to ship thousands of jobs overseas.

Says David Perdue made tens of millions of dollars piling a firm with billions in debt.

U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn "earned as much as $300,000 running a nonprofit that had laid off 90 workers."

David Perdue "has never voted in a Republican primary until his name was on the ballot."

"Perdue mismanaged Pillowtex, and nearly 8,000 people got laid off."

U.S. Senate candidate Jack Kingston "spent our tax dollars on thousands of wasteful earmarks."

U.S. Senate candidate Jack Kingston voted for the "Cash for Clunkers" program.

David Perdue said he’d raise taxes.

U.S. Senate candidate Jack Kingston "requested more earmarks than any other GA Congressman and all GA GOP members combined."

U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn has avoided taking a stand on Obamacare.

Says U.S. Senate candidate David Perdue flip-flopped on releasing his tax returns.

Says Georgia Democratic Senate hopeful Michelle Nunn supports higher taxes.

David Perdue supports Common Core

"On average, women make 77 cents for every dollar men make."

Seventy-two percent of Georgians did not have a chance to finish college.

Says U.S. Reps. Phil Gingrey and Jack Kingston have "even changed votes to what I voted, multiple times."

"There are still more people uninsured today than when Obama was elected president."

Says his Patient OPTION Act is the only Republican plan "that completely repeals Obamacare and it takes the federal bureaucrat out of decisions for you."

Dollar General "added 2,500 stores and 20,000 jobs" during his four-year tenure as CEO.

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