GEORGIA 7TH: A LOOK AT WHO COULD RUN

AJC | Tamar Hallerman & Greg Bluestein: The GSU public policy professor and former state budget official was a political neophyte when she announced her bid to challenge Woodall in 2017. After emerging from a testy Democratic primary runoff, Bourdeaux proved to be a formidable fundraiser as she campaigned on a health care-focused platform.

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BACK AGAIN: CAROLYN BOURDEAUX TO SEEK 7TH DISTRICT SEAT

Forsyth County News | Kelly Whitmire: “Now is the time to get back in the fight and flip this seat,” Bourdeaux said. “This is bigger than us -- we are fighting for the country we believe in, and I am proud to have such a diverse and strong coalition lend me their support. Together, we’re going to show the nation that the 7th district is ready for new leadership.”

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GEORGIA GOP REP. ROB WOODALL SAYS HE WON’T RUN IN 2020

Associated Press | Russ Bynum: Bourdeaux had planned to seek a rematch with Woodall and will run for his open seat in 2020, said Jake Best, the Democrat’s campaign spokesman. A professor of public management and policy at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Bourdeaux once worked at the state Capitol as director of Georgia’s Senate Budget and Evaluation Office.

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