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Bob Barr Qualifies for Republican Primary Run-Off for U.S. House, 11th District

On May 20, Georgia held primary elections. Bob Barr, the 2008 Libertarian presidential nominee, ran in the Republican primary for U.S. House, 11th district. He placed second, and will be in the July 22 Republican primary run-off. The top vote-getter, Barry Loudermilk, received 36.6%, and Barr got 25.8%. The third highest vote-getter, Tricia Pridemore, got 17.1%. Here is a link to the election returns on the Secretary of State’s web page.

2 Responses

  1. Casual Bystander

    After watching watch mischief he has wrought on the Libertarian Party I find myself with mixed emotions about his making it to the runoff. Would he be a more friendly U.S. Representative should he win having been exposed to libertarian ideas or would he just be another neo-conservative potentially giving libertarians a bad name?

  2. Casual Bystander

    “watch” should read “what”

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