December 22, 2014
After two decades in office, Congressman Jack Kingston is saying goodbye to Washington. The Republican from Savannah spent most of the past year, trying to win his party’s U.S. Senate nomination. In the end, he lost in a close runoff to businessman David Perdue. GPB’s Bradley George spoke with Jack Kingston about that race and his future political ambitions. He says he might run for office again. To hear the interview, click on the player on the left hand side of the story above the photo.
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