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Deal on swing voters: 'If you see somebody turning purple, there's something wrong with them. They are being starved from the truth.'

Gov. Nathan Deal tells a 75-person crowd to stop voters from turning Georgia into a purple state

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“If you see somebody turning purple, there’s something wrong with them. They are being starved from the truth.”

Gov. Nathan Deal warns 75 people at a campaign stop in Dahlonega, Ga., an area expected to heavily support Republicans on Election Day, that swing voters could turn Georgia into a purple state. At the same event, he said Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jason Carter, grandson of former President Jimmy Carter, would use the Governor's Mansion if elected as a "springboard for higher office." (via the AJC)

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