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Deal Enters Georgia Governor’s Race

Republican Rep. Nathan Deal on Friday officially joined a growing list of candidates interested in being the next governor of Georgia.

Deal, speaking this morning in Gainesville, asked supporters if they desired a governor who would unify voters, acknowledge “the guiding hand of God in the affairs of men,” and other qualities.

“If you want a governor who does his own thinking, writes his own speeches and shines his own shoes; if you want these things in your next Governor of Georgia- then this is the deal for you,” Deal said, according to his prepared remarks.

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