Chattanooga Free Press
October 20, 2002
While Tennesseans have the opportunity to replace one able conservative with another in the United States Senate, Georgians have an opportunity to elect a conservative senator instead of a liberal one thereby returning control of the Senate to those supporting President George W. Bush.
Georgias U.S. Rep. Saxby Chambliss is seeking to provide sound service for Georgia in place of the liberal voting record of incumbent Sen. Max Cleland.
This is not a contest of personalities but of principles. The stakes are high, for Georgia and for the United States. With conservatives one vote short of a Senate majority, the election of Rep. Chambliss could make a tremendous difference.
Georgia is generally a conservative state. Georgia has supported President Bush. Georgias Sen. Zell Miller, a Democrat, has often been a valuable supporter of President Bush. Rep. Chambliss should be elected to the Senate to strengthen the president and assure strong support for sound constitutional principles.