U.S. Rep. Doug Collins declined to comment on if he is planning a run for Kelly Loeffler's current U.S. Senate seat to reporters in Atlanta on Jan. 28.
U.S. Rep. Doug Collins declined to comment on if he is planning a run for Kelly Loeffler's current U.S. Senate seat to reporters in Atlanta on Jan. 28.
Stacey Abrams waves to the crowd of hundreds at the Supermajority launch event in Atlanta on Sept. 15.
Stacey Abrams waves to the crowd of hundreds at the Supermajority launch event in Atlanta on Sept. 15.
Cynthia, 62, said she has slowly seen her rights taken away "as a woman, as an African American woman and as a lesbian" at the Supermajority bus tour launch event on Sept. 15 in Atlanta.
Cynthia, 62, said she has slowly seen her rights taken away "as a woman, as an African American woman and as a lesbian" at the Supermajority bus tour launch event on Sept. 15 in Atlanta.
U.S. Sen. Jim Risch, R-Idaho, chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, posed for a portrait on the steps of the Idaho State Capitol building during a press conference on May 30.
U.S. Sen. Jim Risch, R-Idaho, chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, posed for a portrait on the steps of the Idaho State Capitol building during a press conference on May 30.
Gun owners march from Fort Boise Park to the Idaho State Capitol Building during the 2018 Idaho Rally for the 2nd Amendment on Sept. 8 in Boise.
Gun owners march from Fort Boise Park to the Idaho State Capitol Building during the 2018 Idaho Rally for the 2nd Amendment on Sept. 8 in Boise.
At the 2018 Idaho Rally for the 2nd Amendment, Aidan Shuck, 18, talks with counter protesters Searra Ade, Bryn Harris and Ella Weber, juniors from Boise High on Sept. 8 in Boise.
At the 2018 Idaho Rally for the 2nd Amendment, Aidan Shuck, 18, talks with counter protesters Searra Ade, Bryn Harris and Ella Weber, juniors from Boise High on Sept. 8 in Boise.

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