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July 19, 2006

Atlanta  -- Governor Sonny Perdue tells us that the  Democratic race for governor was the nastiest primary fight he's ever seen in Georgia, and he hopes the general election will take on a more civil tone.

The governor was back at work today swearing in members of the department of human resources board, but he knows it is time to give renewed focus to his re-election bid.

says the attacks between mark Taylor and Cathy Cox offended many voters. The governor says he hopes this campaign will focus on what each candidate can do for the people.

Governor Perdue says he hopes this campaign will focus on what each candidate has done and plans to do for Georgia. Mark Taylor says he agrees.

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