I know Erick has already cleared up the Miller/Marshall non-endorsement, but the AJC has an article on it.
“I did not intend to get into this race … I haven’t endorsed anyone except Sonny Perdue,” [Zell] Miller said.
A former Democratic governor of Georgia, Miller took a maverick stance during his 2000-2005 Senate tenure, authoring a book titled “A National Party No More” that laid out his complaints about his fellow Democrats. In addition to Perdue, he also supported Republican Ralph Reed in this year’s race for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor, and he endorsed President Bush in 2004 and spoke at the Republican National Convention.
Collins’ campaign criticized Marshall’s use of the Miller quote.
“This attempt to mislead the voters into believing that [Marshall] received Zell Miller’s endorsement is another example of his false and misleading campaign. We hope that Representative Marshall will own up to this attempt to deceive Georgians and apologize to the voters and to Senator Miller,” said Bill Hagan, communications director for the campaign.
I know it wasn’t cited as an endorsement for this campaign, but it sure as hell sounded like it.