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Later deciding, slightly older voters, especially women, who get their information from TV, should know that Teresa has been endorsed by prominent groups and African American leaders who praise her leadership as a Mayor and Public Safety Director of one of the best run cities in America. They may want to hear from Teresa about her intention to take on David Perdue and the chaos and incompetence in Washington and work for the people.

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TERESA TOMLINSON RELEASES NEW TV AD FEATURING ANDREW YOUNG, MARTIN LUTHER KING III, AND HANK AARON

Teresa Tomlinson, Georgia candidate for U.S. Senate releases a TV ad showcasing civil rights leaders who support the campaign, including Ambassador Andrew Young, Martin Luther King III and baseball legend Hank Aaron, and many others.

WITH TERESA TOMLINSON’S TV AD SLAMMING DAVID PERDUE AS THE “INVISIBLE SENATOR,” PERDUE SOUNDS THE ALARM ABOUT RISING DEMOCRATIC PROSPECTS IN GA

"We spoke the truth in our television ad: David Perdue is an invisible Senator in a time of crisis, and it’s hurting Georgians. So, it's no surprise he is sounding the political alarm about his re-election prospects."

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WITH TERESA TOMLINSON’S TV AD SLAMMING DAVID PERDUE AS THE “INVISIBLE SENATOR,” PERDUE SOUNDS THE ALARM ABOUT RISING DEMOCRATIC PROSPECTS IN GA

"We spoke the truth in our television ad: David Perdue is an invisible Senator in a time of crisis, and it’s hurting Georgians. So, it's no surprise he is sounding the political alarm about his re-election prospects."

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FLIPPING THE SENATE IS CRUCIAL THIS FALL. TERESA TOMLINSON IS ONE OF EIGHT WOMEN WHO CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN

Before Tomlinson can take on the incumbent — former CEO and Trump loyalist Sen. David Perdue — she must defeat six other challengers in the June 9 primary . . . . In this crowded primary, Tomlinson hopes her hands-on approach and years of experience will set her apart. Out of all the Democrats running, Tomlinson observed, “I’m the only candidate who has ever won an election, the only one who has ever governed.”
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