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NASHVILLE - While Democrat Gordon Ball continues to push Republican U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander for a full-fledged debate, six other Senate hopefuls running as independents or under less well-known party banners say they've agreed to hold one of their own. debate.

U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, R-Tenn. and Democratic challenger Mary Headrick have agreed to a televised debate.

Six of seven candidates for Tennessee's 3rd Congressional District seat are expected to talk hospitals and health care 12 days after the Supreme Court upheld President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act.

Democrat Mike McWherter says a burst of television advertising that will start before early voting should boost his so-far underdog effort against Republican gubernatorial rival Bill Haslam.

If Republicans Nathan Deal and Casey Cagle are elected Georgia’s next governor and lieutenant governor, the North Georgia mountains would be well represented in the state’s highest elected offices.

Georgia congressional candidates issued fresh pleas for support Wednesday ahead of a midnight fundraising deadline and, according to one district party chairman, they'll need every penny.

Tim Boyd grabs a plastic water bottle and pretends it's a toy spaceship.

ATLANTA — By defying Gov. Sonny Perdue and refusing to file a lawsuit over a new federal health care law, Georgia’s Democratic attorney general has made himself the target of a Republican impeachment effort and, in the process, energized his bid for governor.

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