This photo taken May 11, 2104 shows Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Michelle Nunn participating in a debate at the Georgia Public Broadcasting studio in Atlanta. Candidates in the ... more 
This photo taken May 11, 2104 shows Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Michelle Nunn participating in a debate at the Georgia Public Broadcasting studio in Atlanta. Candidates in the fiercely-contested Georgia GOP primary are claiming the pro-business mantle as they chase voters suspicious of government. Rep. Jack Kingston is flying his U.S. Chamber of Commerce endorsement like a flag, claiming it’s proof of his loyalty to the private sector. Rep. Paul Broun says the backing proves Kingston would be a rubber stamp for the Washington establishment. Businessman David Perdue, meanwhile, has built his entire campaign on convincing voters to elect a former corporate CEO over several long-time politicians. And Karen Handel likes to tell voters of her time running one of the state’s larger chambers of commerce. In all, seven candidates are vying for the GOP nomination on Tuesday and the right to compete for the open seat against Democrat Michelle Nunn in November. (AP Photo/David Tulis) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By David Tulis
Fri, May 16, 2014 3:18 PM EDT