"What it does is it demoralizes your own party," a Georgia Republican says.
The 2012 Georgia Republican primary took place on March 6, 2012.
Mr. Dole asked recently in a speech to Georgia Republicans.
But the Georgia Republican said that if could get within five votes of victory he would "roll the dice" and take a vote.
At first, the Georgia Republican was mainly a nuisance.
Clearly, Georgia Republicans supported the law because they believed that making it harder for blacks and poor people to vote would help their electoral chances.
This is more than we can say for the Georgia Republicans who foisted this on us.
And the first Georgia Republican since Reconstruction to win the popular vote in a gubernatorial election (1966).
After the 1990 reapportionment, Georgia Republicans were able to turn a 9-1 disadvantage into an eventual 8-3 majority.
Polls show that Georgia Republicans, like Americans in general, are largely split over abortion.