Feb 12, 2019 • Press Release

Carolyn Bourdeaux Officially Files to Run Again for 7th Congressional District [...]

Immediate Release: Since she confirmed her plans to run again for Georgia’s 7th Congressional District last Thursday, Bourdeaux saw an outpouring of support from key elected officials and allies, including Amb. Andrew Young, Congressman Hank Johnson, Retired Sen. Max Cleland, and 9 members of the Georgia state legislature.

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Feb 10, 2019 • In The News

Endorsements already coming in for Bourdeaux

Gwinnett Daily Post | Curt Yeomans: A day after news broke that Carolyn Bourdeaux is planning to announce she will run again as a Democrat for what will be an open 7th Congressional District seat, her campaign said endorsements are already starting to come in.

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Feb 8, 2019 • Press Release

Carolyn Bourdeaux Announces Key First Endorsements after Announcing Plans to Run [...]

Immediate Release: Since she confirmed her plans to run Bourdeaux begins with a strong backing of support, including former U.S. Ambassador Andrew Young, Congressman Hank Johnson, several members of the Gwinnett Delegation in the State House and key community leaders throughout the 7th district

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Feb 8, 2019 • In The News

Bourdeaux enters 7th District Race, picks up endorsements

FOX 5 Atlanta | Cal Callaway: The day after incumbent Congressman Rob Woodall announced he will not run for reelection in 2020, Democrat Carolyn Bourdeaux announced she has picked up some key endorsements in her second bid for the 7th District seat.

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Feb 8, 2019 • In The News

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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Feb 8, 2019 • In The News

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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Feb 8, 2019 • In The News

Carolyn Bourdeaux to seek 7th District seat after razor-thin loss

AJC | Tamar Hallerman: Within minutes of Congressman Rob Woodall’s, R-Lawrenceville, announcement that he would not seek re-election in 2020, Carolyn Bourdeaux said she planned to jump into the 7th District contest.

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Feb 7, 2019 • In The News

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[...]

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Feb 7, 2019 • In The News

After nearly sleepwalking his way to defeat, Georgia Republican won't run again for swing House seat

Daily Kos | Jeff Singer: On Thursday, GOP Rep. Rob Woodall announced he would not seek a sixth term in Georgia’s 7th Congressional District, a diverse suburban Atlanta seat that has become very competitive turf over the last few years.

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Feb 7, 2019 • In The News

Georgia Rep. Rob Woodall won't seek reelection

Politico | Melanie Zanona and Laura Barron Lopez: Democrat Carolyn Bourdeaux, who ran against Woodall in 2018 and lost by 433 votes, is expected to announce her candidacy for the seat on Feb. 12. The race will likely be one of the most competitive House battles in the 2020 cycle.

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