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May 2, 2006

Albany -- Governor Sonny Perdue made his third campaign stop for re-election in Albany today. Waving signs, nearly 200 supporters packed the Thronateeska Heritage Center as the governor made his arrival.

"We're continuing to look at this issue," said the governor. "None of us like high gas prices. If I could wave a magic wand and reduce them today, I would. There's no magic wands in government. What I'm doing is researching and investing in alternative fuel where we can grow our way out of energy dependence."

Perdue makes his next stop in Valdosta this evening. We'll have highlights from his campaign trail at Drexel Park tonight at eleven.

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