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There is a new sign of hope in Georgia. The first Rasmussen Reports Election 2010 telephone survey of the Georgia Senate race finds Isakson earning 49% of the vote against an unnamed generic Democratic candidate. This is big news as the anti-incumbent attitude seems to be hounding Isakson as well as others across the nation. We must draft Jane Kidd for US Senate! Please sign the petition and call on Jane to take on Johnny!

I have been a very loud advocate for drafting Jane Vandiver Kidd, current chairwoman of the Democratic Party of Georgia, for this race.  I have already talked about some of my reasons why we need to draft Jane here. Others have also offered their opinions on drafting Jane.  But with this news of Isakson slipping under 50% - we must once again call on Jane Kidd to challenge Johnny Isakson and take back Georgia!

Jane has already taken on Johnny on healthcare!! This is only the start!

If you want to see why Democrats across Georgia rallied behind Jane's late entry into the Chair's race, then be sure to check out this speech from Jane.

Georgia needs a leader that will fight for them.  Georgia needs Jane Kidd!

Draft Jane Kidd today!! And please spread the word!

Originally posted to Draft Jane Kidd on Thu Feb 25, 2010 at 09:43 AM PST.

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