Kingston runs for Senate as the ‘pleasant dissenter’

By Daniel Malloy - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The emblem of Jack Kingston’s U.S. Senate campaign, at least in his television ads, is his ancient station wagon.

It is meant to represent Kingston’s personal thrift and “regular guy” bona fides, but the Buick could also be a metaphor for Kingston’s two-decade U.S. House career. It has been reliable for a long time, but Republican primary voters across the state could be seeking a newer model.

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