The Augusta Chronicle is already covering the 10th Congressional District special election. As Jeff noted yesterday, of the three Republican frontrunners, only Sen. Hudgens has announced his intentions to run. And he will likely be the only one to do so prior to Gov. Perdue’s issuance of a writ of election – or at least until after the funeral.
State Sen. Ralph Hudgens, R-Comer, made his intentions clear Tuesday.
State Reps. Barry Fleming, R-Harlem, and Sen. Jim Whitehead, R-Evans, are planning on making a run, according to political observers, but neither is talking about his plans until after the funeral.