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November 1, 2006

Thomasville-  Governor Sonny Perdue continued his campaign through south Georgia stopping in Bainbridge, Thomasville and Moultrie. 

In Thomasville, the Governor re-emphasized his Sonny Do list, cutting taxes, improving education, and implementing tougher laws against crime. He didn't talk about opponent Mark Taylor's criticism about some land deal he made. 

"The mudslinging has some from one direction. You got a desperate candidate running for governor, Mark Taylor who has had no vision, no goals for Georgia. The only thing he's done is character assignation and the people of Georgia see through that and they don't like it," said Gov. Sonny Perdue, (R) Georgia. 

Taylor's campaign said Wednesday that Perdue is hiding, lying, and dodging.

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